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Crude Language: Few (3) times mild (play on words with son of a Mitch); moderate (nipple 2); strong (-ss 1)
Obscene Language: Many (13) times with several occurrences in a soundtrack song moderate (b-ner 5, scr-w 1); strong (f-word 4, s-word 3)
Profanity: Few (4) times moderate (MG 2, G 2)
Sex: Few times mild (intimate kiss between man and woman on a few occasions; clothed man and woman fall to floor behind table implying they make out; woman tries to wake up man in bed in the morning, is unable to, and then leaves mans bedroom so that all who see her leave think she had sex with the man, and they applaud her)
Nudity: Once mild (woman takes bubble bath without revealing anything, woman shows cleavage at funeral)
Sexual Dialogue/Gesture: Few times mild (woman tells man, Most of the sex Ive had in my life was not as passionate as that kiss; woman tells man, I will miss your lips and everything attached to them"); while speaking at her ex-husband's funeral, woman talks about a man's sexual attraction to her, repeatedly using the word "b-ner"
Drugs: Several times mild (alcohol use by young men and women at a rehearsal dinner, wine and beer in coolers at wedding party); moderate (woman gets drunk and speaks more freely with a man than before)
Other: Appropriate use of Gods name as prayer ends with, Christ our Lord. Amen; man stands at his toilet and uses the bathroom while talking on the phone with a female love interest; woman takes a bubble bath while on the phone with a male love interest; woman says, I think there is definitely a higher spirit; discussion about life and death in light of a funeral; woman tells man, You and I have a special Tao; funny scene involves a video that trains young children to be quiet by a construction worker promising his young audience that he will blow up a building with dynamite if they will be quiet and obey their parents; woman gives pep talk on overcoming failure, Have the courage to fail big and stick around. And let them wonder why youre smiling. Thats success to me; films narrator and lead character says, Success was the only God the entire world served
Running Time: 125 minutes
Intended Audience: Teens and Adults
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