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Gifted

How do you raise a gifted child to function in a “normal” world? That’s what the court must decide when a single man raising his precocious niece faces a custody battle with his prestige-hungry mother.


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The filters subtract 9 sexual references and situations, and 20 instances of profanity, including one f-word. Although the film focuses on a child, the theme and complex situation make it more appropriate for teens and adults.


Is Gifted brilliant? … 

Watching a child genius makes me feel like a dunce. The complicated math formulas look like chicken scratches to me. But, here’s an equation I can understand: take the superb performance of Mckenna Grace (child prodigy) and Fred (her one-eyed cat), then add Chris Evans (the uncle-guardian) and Octavia Spencer (landlady-friend), and it equals a watch-worthy film. 

- Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Four-eyed Cat

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Gifted

How do you raise a gifted child to function in a “normal” world? That’s what the court must decide when a single man raising his precocious niece faces a custody battle with his prestige-hungry mother.

ClearPlay in Action!

The filters subtract 9 sexual references and situations, and 20 instances of profanity, including one f-word. Although the film focuses on a child, the theme and complex situation make it more appropriate for teens and adults.

Is Gifted brilliant? … 

Watching a child genius makes me feel like a dunce. The complicated math formulas look like chicken scratches to me. But, here’s an equation I can understand: take the superb performance of Mckenna Grace (child prodigy) and Fred (her one-eyed cat), then add Chris Evans (the uncle-guardian) and Octavia Spencer (landlady-friend), and it equals a watch-worthy film. 

Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Four-eyed Cat