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A few instances of sexual innuendo, including references to male and female genitalia. Some mild kissing. A woman grabs her clothed breasts, trying to adjust them in her dress. A woman straddles a man as they are riding a horse (looks sexual). We see the genitals of a naked male statue several times; a man accidentally pulls the genitals from the statue and holds them in his hand (jokes ensue). We see the back of a woman's bare shoulders. Reference to a woman having a tattoo in an inappropriate place. A man tackles a woman and lies on top of her. Talk of a sex change.



A car runs into a dumpster, and the dumpster rolls down the street and almost hits a woman. A man tackles a woman. A woman passes out. We see a woman in a hospital bed but she is fine. People throw plates at a wall; a woman drops several plates. A man tackles another man and slams him to the ground. A woman is carried away on a wild-running horse. A drunk woman falls down.



One F-word, several anatomical references, a couple of scatological references, some mild obscenities and religious profanities.


Alcohol at weddings. There is a scene where the main charecter is drunk, but is played for comedy. I recall no smoking in the movie.

A woman's shoe is caught in a storm drain hole and a dumpster begins racing towards her(also played for comedy)

Rated PG-13 for language and some sexual humor

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