Parents Guide of las vegas
Every year, more than four million visitors to Las Vegas travel with children. Sunny weather, budget priced rooms and food, and tons of kid-friendly attractions make Sin City especially appealing to families. But what do kids do in a city that was built on drinking, gambling, and sex? Author Kathy Espin has compiled a first-hand guide to hundreds of fun, wholesome, and educational activities that children of all ages will enjoy.
This is the cleanest of the Griswold movies, and although there is swearing (including “hells” and “damns”, some innuendo, and a scene where Clark keeps his gambling secret from his wife) it’s hardly offensive. However, the movie glamorizes gambling and a younger audience might think that underage gambling is okay.
A mother and her two daughters plan an epic trip to Las Vegas after she wins a big jackpot in a slot machine. They encounter trouble and adventure along the way, causing them to become separated from one another. When they are reunited, each has a unique story to tell of their experiences in Las Vegas. This is a PG-13 movie. It contains mild sex and violence.