This is a great movie for families with children, for it's clean and has a good story, with both tears and laughter.
There are no scenes of nudity, profanity, obscenity, or sex.
The only thing wrong with the movie is that it has a couple of scenes where people who should know better walk away and leave their campfires still burning.
So, that would be a really good teaching moment for Mama and Daddy, who should both ALWAYS watch movies together WITH their children, and never let children watch contemporary Hollywood motion picture productions by themselves.
Another teaching moment will be when the sworn constable, who should know better, improperly handles confiscated firearms in an unsafe manner.
Also, if you think about it, a boy who's surviving in the wilderness, and who has experience with firearms, is NOT very likely to throw away a perfectly good firearm which he may need for his own survival!
The movie doesn't explain where the boys got the unseen knife that would have been necessary for gutting and skinning the small game they successfully trapped.
Maybe they found it on the bus?
I'm giving this movie my highest recommendation.
I really, REALLY enjoyed watching it!
So, send out for some pizza, pop some corn, gather 'round your young'uns, snuggle up on the big comfy couch, dim the lights, and "ROLL 'EM!"