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Groundhog Day
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Sex is strongly implied between an unmarried man and woman, but no nudity.

Many lip to lip kisses including many passionate kisses in bed.

Phil relates a story where he met a girl and they "made love like sea otters."

Phil commits suicide several times, but always wakes up the next day. The viewer should know that this is all for comic effect and is in no way graphic.

- He drives a truck into a gorge. The truck blows up.

- He jumps off a tall building. His body is seen in the morgue.

- He gets into a bathtub with a toaster.

- He lets a truck hit him in the middle of the road.

An old man dies in an alley. This is seen a few times in a nonviolent way. Phil tries to save him each time and fails.

Phil punches Ned, in a comic way of course.

Rita slaps Phil several times

- 3 uses of Hell

Mild cigarette smoking throughout the film.

A party scene takes place that involves drinking.

Characters order drinks at a bar several times.

The theme of living the same day over and over again may frighten very young viewers, then again it is portrayed in a highly comical way.

The several suicide attempts can be found disturbing for children, but are mostly portrayed comically.

Rated PG for some thematic elements

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