America's Sweethearts
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Sex & Nudity

Two actors passionately kiss and fondle each other several times during the movie.

A lot of sex talk, including talking about the size of a man's penis.

Discussion of cheating between spouses.

One of the actors is dressed provocatively and lap dances.

Implied, but false, action and talk of masturbation.

Two actors sleep together (implied, not seen).

Two actors are seen at separate times in a bathtub.

Mention of prostitutes.

Implied bestiality between character and dog, including the dog licking a man's crotch and the man enjoying it.

Violence & Gore

A dog attacks a window washer.

A character has a dream about murdering his wife.

A character violently stuffs a bread roll into another character's mouth.

A character slams another character's face with a drink tray which results in a black eye.

A man opens a door behind another man, knocking him off a rooftop. We see roofing fall to the ground and break. But the man is rescued.


Use of the "F" word when "writing" a letter to his mother.

Sexual innuendo, including calling a penis a "pricker."

Alcohol is prevalent in this film.

There is also mention of abusing prescription medication.

A couple of fight scenes and there are a couple of scenes with a dog that appears vicious.

One of the characters falls off a roof after being hit accidentally by another character and hangs precariously.

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Rated PG-13 for language, some crude and sexual humor

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