The Watsons Go to Birmingham

Average rating: 3.7
1 hr 26 min

During one historic summer, the Watsons find themselves caught up in something far bigger than their 15-year-old's antics.

The Watsons Go to Birmingham

Recommended Age: 12+

Strong Christian, Biblical, moral worldview includes a churchgoing family, children learn values like courage, overcoming fear, standing for others, and moral ideals, and a character is seen reading her Bible; no foul language; light violence includes some footage of Civil Right protests where police use fire hoses to knock people over, a young boy almost drowns, and an explosion is heard and people scramble trying to help, but nothing graphic is shown, though people die; no sexual content, though the grandmother has a man who lives with her; upper male nudity, including young boy swims in his underwear; no alcohol; no smoking or drug use; and, a boy steals, but is reprimanded and young kids experience racism for the first time.

LanguageNone
NudityLight
SexNone
ViolenceLight

The Watsons Go to Birmingham

Credits

CastBryce Clyde Jenkins, Harrison Knight, Skai Jackson, Anika Noni Rose, David Alan Grier

Writing, Stephen Glantz, Tonya Lewis Lee

Directed byKenny Leon

ProductionJim Bechtold, Louis J. Grieci, Jimmy Holcomb, Philip K. Kleinbart, Tonya Lewis Lee, Janet M. Morrison, Nikki Silver, Brian Wells


Genres

  • Character-Building
  • Inspiring
  • Faith
  • Dramas
  • Comedies
  • Movies