WHATEVER IT TAKES
Without a doubt, this film encourages pre-marital sex. In a sex ed discussion, abstinence is mentioned and everyone in the auditorium boos. Parents who are offened by this attitude may wish to take note.
|PROFANITY: (View Profanity)|
The S-word is spoken 4 times. God's name is spoken in vain 1 time. There are 20 other profanities spoken.
|SEX & NUDITY:|
There is no explicit sex, and minimal nudity. However, there are numerous examples of innuendo in conversations. Additionally, there is a scene in which two people almost have sex (all shots are shoulders and above), although they never consummate the act. There is a scene in which a peeping tom is in a girl's locker room -- he gets an eyeful, but the most shown to the camera is a girl's bare back above the buttocks. In another scene, two characters moon a group of people (a brief shot of buttocks). Finally, the film features a giant artificial penis which is used for sex ed. Of course, this becomes the butt of several off-color jokes.
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
There is a party in which alcohol is consumed by underage kids.
The movie contains all sorts of humor, most of it juvenile and unfunny. There are sex jokes, jokes feature a giant, artificial penis, slapstick (foot in the crotch, etc.), and jokes about nerds. Perhaps the most disgusting attempt at humor occurs when one character vomits on another -- this is supposed to be funny.
|TONE OF MOVIE:|
Juvenile romantic comedy/teen/based on classic novel.
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