“Jersey Boys” (rated R) is the latest film from director Clint Eastwood, and it’s largely an adaptation of the Broadway play of the same title.  The story follows the creation and development of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.  Bob says there are a few good things happening in this film, like the way the group watches out for each other, one example being when Frankie takes on a large debt on behalf of one of the other band members.

But other than that, the movie is filled with a lot of things you might not want to expose your family to: a lot of profanity, portrayals of drinking, and numerous instances of infidelity.  Despite a good story, there’s enough going on here that Bob could only give it 2 out of 5 for family friendliness. You can hear our conversation below.  And check out the full review at the Plugged In website.

Bob and Mike talk “Jersey Boys”

(Image courtesy of Warner Bros Pictures)

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