Review: When Alice (Marisa Tomei) and Phil (Tom Everett Scott) has left town for a prestigious business trip, they forced their three children hussy leaving Alice's parents, the equally flawed Artie (Billy Crystal) and Diane (Bette Midler ). Laughter breaks. You see a movie with Billy Crystal to laugh, and he did not disappoint. Crystal keep in tune with the relaxed humor that she hosted the Oscars so much fun. Parental guidance is a return to what made him famous in the first place: nice, funny family-friendly comedy. Bette Midler is one of the only fairer sex comediennes who can play against the scene-chewing Crystal. They make a great couple, and divvy out laughing just as hopelessly inept, secret genius parents. The script was written by Focus on the Family has an audience that is not to say that the individual or the date may not enjoy it as much. I laugh in the first ten minutes, and it has a constant procession of comical response. Marisa Tomei is still a great beauty. She steals her scenes with unprecedented grace, regardless of the film, playing a mother other than her own parents. The equation for a good laugh in itself, especially when Crystal and Tomei interaction. There is no fire, no profanity, and no vulgarity. Parental guidance is a refreshing mix of old and new that shows what made the classic laugh so much. Well done.