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The film contains a moderate amount of risque humor, both subtle and raucous (however, it is all good-natured and joking). Two cowboys use euphemisms as song titles (one is: "I'll give you my moonshine if you show me your jugs").

The same two men (in a song) tell bawdy jokes involving God's creation of breasts, PMS, and other adult topics. It's all played for humor (and a lot of it is genuinely funny), but it could easily be fast-forwarded.

A man tells a pregnant woman to cut back on "sweets and sex with men."

A man described how a woman with large breasts wearing a Mt. Rushmore T-shirt made Jefferson and Lincoln look "bloated and happy."

Two elderly people conduct an illicit affair, and we see them clothed nuzzling each other playfully. The man later dies (of natural causes) while preparing for a tryst with the woman (they find him in a dark room with music playing, wearing boxers).

A old man's body is shown (peacefully, he died of natural causes). There is brief humorous slapstick humor.

Mild profanity: "d**n", "hell", "a*s".

There is lots of cheerful drinking, but none of it is to excess.

One of the characters is presumably an angel who leads people to the afterlife, but death is portrayed as natural and calm instead of frightening. This is a very warm-hearted movie.

Rated PG-13 for risque humor
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Canada:PG (British Columbia) (Canadian Home Video rating) / Finland:K-3 / Hong Kong:IIA / Hungary:16 / Iceland:L / Ireland:PG / Netherlands:AL / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:12 / Sweden:Btl / Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) / UK:PG / USA:PG-13 (certificate #42472)

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