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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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The main story is a girl trying to get her first kiss.

A girl makes out passionately with a tree, pretending it is a guy.

A young girl, approximately ten years old, prays for God to send her someone to make out with. She then imitates the kind of tongue kissing she would like to do with the guy, given the opportunity.

Teenage girls are seen in their bras and underwear in locker room scenes. There is a close-up shot of one girl's breasts, which literally illuminate when Mary Katherine suggests that the guys like this girl because she has a "nice body".

Mary Katherine screams "I'm not a slut!" over and over while imitating a movie.

Mary Katherine often jumps around, revealing her white underpants under her skirt. Also, there's a scene where she gets into a physical fight with a cheerleader, and the cheerleader's underwear is seen, too.

A teenage girl references her "titties" a few times.

Two teenage girls argue and one of them tells the other to give oral sex to her boyfriend.

A boy suggestively rubs oranges on his chest towards a girl.

Mary Katherine and her classmates are called "retard" several times.

The death of Mary Katherine's parents is shown. It is implied that they were trampled by several people after falling down on a stage during an intense dance sequence. Blood is seen splashing all over, but it is obviously fake, and we don't see the parents' bodies. It is over-exaggerated and intended to be funny.

A teenage boy at school is rumored to be a murderer.

Mary Katherine gets into a violent fight with a classmate. The two girls slap each other several times, knock each other to the ground, and sometimes use objects while doing this, including hardcover books. Mary Katherine literally drags the girl out of the room by her hair. No blood or bruises are shown, but there is a lot of screaming.

Many uses of retard.

Some other occasional language, including "ass", "shit", and "suck". The F word is used once by Mary Katherine's grandmother.

A teenage girl refers to her breasts as "titties" two times.

This may not count as profanity, necessarily, but the characters poke fun at Christianity throughout the movie. For example, teenagers sing songs such as "John the Baptist lost his head!" This may be considered offensive to some.

Rated PG-13 for sex-related humor and language

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