The Fluffy Movie- -
Stand-up comic Gabriel Iglesias delights audiences during his sold-out "Unity Through Laughter" tour, which spans more than 400 cities in 23 countries. During his set, Iglesias -- nicknamed "Fluffy" -- pounces on topics like communicating with his teenage son, struggling with his weight, performing his concert tour across India, and handling the reappearance of his father after a 30-year absence.
The MPAA rated The Fluffy Movie PG-13 for suggestive material and sexual references. The next question on every parent’s question is how suggestive. Fluffy makes his fortune being real and being an ordinary guy that everyone can relate to in some way. He talks about everything from Nintendos to French kissing. He makes fun of his Mexican heritage and cuts numerous ethnic jokes. He legitimizes it because he is making fun of himself.
Fluffy is not usually considered material for all audiences, particularly those under the age of 13. Fluffy gets real about things that people usually do not talk about it. He is famous for inserting many colorfully inappropriate words into colorfully inappropriate places. One of his favorites is, “Peace out bitches.” I need go no further. You get the picture.
Fluffy is not appropriate for all audiences and I would go as far as to venture that many would not wish for children under the age of 13 to be exposed to this type of performance. For those who like this brand of comedy, Fluffy delivers. For everyone else, he may be a bit too much, even for some adults. Fluffy has a cult of his very own who go wherever he does, but not every parent will want their kids to be a part of that cult. Iglesias talks about everything, love, politics, and family life. His real world sense of humor may not be the best choice for a family movie. This movie is recommended for ages 13 and up, but at this age level, parents should still use their discretion. This parental guide to the movies thinks that Fluffy may be too much to