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The Wedding Singer
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Parents Guide for
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No nudity is in this movie, but there frequent instances of sexual innuendo. (Edit: There is a baby's naked butt shown in the beginning of the movie)

Multiple humorous sex-related references throughout.

In one scene, Holly kisses Robbie and tells him that if he comes inside, he's going to "get laid".

Sammy tells Robbie that he just wants someone to play with his "ding dong".

At the night club, Glenn confesses to Robbie that he cheats on Julia with other women.

At one of the wedding, Robbie pisses off the bride's father. He ends up punching Robbie and a brawl between other people at the party breaks out. However, this is mainly for laughs and isn't that violent.

Robbie gets punched in the face by Glenn, the antagonist, and is shown with a bloody nose.

The song "Somebody Kill Me" has a couple violent references.

2 uses of fuck

A few uses of shit.

Milder language with words such as bitch, crap, damn, ass, jerkoff, asshole

Several instances of people getting drunk and sick. Some alcohol use.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sex-related material and language

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