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A possible mild sexual reference once or twice. Hardly anything at all.

Some pushing and shoving on the basketball court. Nick Nolte yells a lot and gets in people's faces but not really in a violent manner.

Regular profanity throughout the film such as shit, ass words, goddamn, damn, hell, etc. But since there was only 1 use of "fuck" at the very beginning of the film and hardly any other objectionable content, the film was given a PG-13 rating.

Social drinking at parties and events.

None. Although Nick Nolte's character does get intense at times.

Rated PG-13 for language

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