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Father of the Bride
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When Brian first comes over to meet George and Nina he has his hands on Annie's legs, much to George's dismay. Not much of an issue. Later in the same scene Brian and Annie get ready to leave her parent's house while saying goodbye George says "don't forget to fasten your condom." What he's actually trying to say is seat belt. It should be noted that this scene was featured in the film's theatrical trailer, it is really the only objectionable thing in the movie, and as it stands very minor. Brian gives Annie a blender as a wedding present which she finds offensive and Brian later tells George, "I can see why she doesn't like it, a blender has a reference to 1950's sexual politics." Not too much to worry about there.

None, Unless you count Annie saying "Oh my God " a few times.

George and Brian are seen drinking in a bar midway through the film.

The dogs that belong to Brian's parents, may frighten younger viewers as they are growling and not very friendly, however there is really nothing in this film that qualifies as being "truly frightening."

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