The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
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Sex & Nudity

2/10

The girls make a pact that "any removal of the pants must be done by the wearer herself".

Bridget follows Eric to a cantina (against the camp rules) and starts to dance provocatively with him.

Lena and Kostas kiss passionately at the end of the movie.

Violence & Gore

Upset that her dad has left her to play tennis with Paul, Carmen is very aggressive in her play, resulting in one of her shots accidentally hitting Paul in the head. We see a wound on his forehead, but he ends up being okay, and Carmen apologizes.

In a state of anger, a teenage girl throws a rock at a window, causing part of it to shatter.

During an argument, several people shove each other.

Profanity

At least 3 asses, 2 hells, 6 uses of "Oh, my God," 4 of "Oh, God" and 2 of "God."

A middle-aged woman is seen smoking cigarettes in-between her work shifts. A few other people smoke, as well.

A man is said to be an alcoholic, but he is never seen.

It is revealed that a 12-year-old girl in the movie has leukemia, and the doctors have stopped giving her treatment for it. She is later seen in a hospital bed, and in pretty bad shape.Tibby is shown crying at her hospital bed, begging for her to be okay. She later dies (offscreen) and this leaves other characters very sad

It is implied that Bridget's mother commits suicide, and her funeral is shown at the beginning of the movie (although the actual suicide is not). The emotional impact that this has on Bridget is present throughout the film.

It is revealed that the father of two teenagers is in jail. One of the kids visits him every month, but the other child refuses.

Near the end of the movie, Carmen finally calls her father on the phone and lets him know how she feels about their relationship. It can be considered intense because Carmen breaks down and starts crying pretty hard.

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MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements, some sensuality and language

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