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There is a close up of a woman's breasts in a mirror at an eyeglasses counter while a man stares at her breasts and she asks him if he's staring at her breasts to which he says he doesn't know and it shows a full screen close up in blurred vision (he has a bad prescription on his glasses).... there's another close up of a LOT of cleavage being shown on a girl at dinner while her date states "those look great" and so forth - later finding he was talking about her teeth, but it is very misleading to make you believe it's about and look at her breasts..... a girl almost 'always' has a very large and excessive amount of cleavage showing in very tight shirts throughout the movie.

A man kisses a woman, and as she pulls away he bites her lip and he calls her "kitten." A man and a woman kiss. A woman wears very low-cut tops that reveal cleavage throughout the movie, and another woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage. A man mispronounces people's names in a way to make them sound like sexual terms (i.e. whore-gay for Jorge). A grandmother gives her grandson advice about kissing a woman, "planting the seed of love," and to be sure to wash a part of his anatomy. A man lists the sexual conquests of another man, with details about where the acts took place. A man talks about a rumor that a woman is promiscuous. A man accuses another man of doing something just to be able to have sex with a woman. A man makes a comment to another man about being "a couple of gay sailors." A man plays with two male dolls and says, "Have you ever kissed a boy," and then says, "No, but I have thought about it." A man writes a crude sexual remark on a photograph of another man. A man makes an insulting remark about the size of a man's endowment. A man and a woman hug and he squeezes her buttock. Two men hug (it is not certain whether there is anything sexual going on). A man rubs a man's neck. Several men ogle a woman as she walks by. Women swoon over a man in several scenes and he is portrayed as a lady's man. A woman buys a huge box of condoms.

A man tackles another man to the floor and we hear a crunch, and then picks him up by the belt. A boy shoots tennis balls from a tennis ball-serving machine at two men, and they are struck in the head, body and crotch; one of the men throws a ball at the boy striking him hard in the head and knocking him to the floor (the boy is OK). A man throws a bat and it strikes another man in the head. Two men collide on a baseball diamond and fall to the ground. A man is struck in the head by a golf ball. A man skates on "Heelys" and falls down (he is hurt when he hits his head on the floor). Two men carrying mops run through store aisles, and one runs into a forklift and is knocked to the floor (we see a large bruise and bump on his forehead). A man climbs shelves, and is knocked in the head with a box and falls to the floor (he is not seriously injured). A man jumps on a counter, slips and hits his head. A man falls backward off a ladder (we don't see the result). A man rides a tiny motorcycle through heavy traffic and is nearly struck by a monster truck. A man grabs another man around the throat, squeezes and rubs his knuckles on his head giving him a noogy. A man threatens another man. Two men argue. A man talks about his childhood and that his older brother "tortured" him. We hear that a woman died. A man makes a crude comment about a muffin smelling bad. A man refers to a singed Koala. A woman buys a coffin and says it's for her husband (although he is not dead yet). A man flatulates in a couple of scenes. Two men wear stockings over their heads that they both say stink and one tells the other that he found the stockings in his mother's gym bag. A man is teased because he has a great deal of difficulty seeing and wears very thick prescription lenses. A man is teased for being large and not terribly bright. A man appears shocked by the size of a woman's ears.

1 F-word, 2 obscene hand gestures, 18 sexual references, 13 scatological terms (1 mild), 25 anatomical terms (1 in Spanish and not translated), 15 mild obscenities, name-calling (idiot, scum, dumbo, monkey ears, semi-retarded, crazy, user, liar, loser), 3 religious profanities, 10 religious exclamations.

Men drink alcohol at a bar, people drink wine at a party, men drink beer on breaks from work, a man drinks a beer, people drink wine with dinner in a couple of scenes, and a man opens a champagne bottle at a celebration.

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

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