Parents need to know that The Adventure of Jojo (And His Little Sister Avila) is a 2014 movie about a boy who must take care of his infant sister after a car accident and get them back to their grandmother's house. The opening disclaimer reads, "This is not a film for overprotective parents." That opening disclaimer sets the tone for the movie, and it's a tone that seems determined to troll said "overprotective parents." In other words, you the viewer must be some kind of hyper-sensitive PC-fuddy duddy not to find humor in scenes in which: a young boy and an infant somehow end up on top of a wolf trap and nearly get trapped, getting chased by wolves, nearly drowning, a little boy fond of "pissing on bugs and critters" urinating on adults, a young boy feeding his baby sister worms, the baby sister eating a snail off the ground (shell and all, even if she does spit out the shell a bit later), and tasting and getting hit by baby feces. A "hobo," who gets hit with little-boy urine and little-baby feces, is a human punchline (he doesn't have a home and is therefore not very bright) and yells punchlines like, "I am not a toilet!" A young boy uses words like "pissing," sucks," "Jesus." Also, for some reason, guys who look like they might be in a mafia movie take someone out of their trunk in a garbage bag, hit him a few times with baseball bats, then throw him into the river. Perhaps this would all be bearable for some if the acting wasn't cringe-worthy and the story was more concerned with story rather than shock value. Also, irony of ironies, for all the movie's lamenting of the days when kids ran wild and had more freedom, if the mother and kids in the car accident had not been wearing their seatbelts in the "real world," they would have been gravely injured, if not killed.