It's Kind of a Funny Story
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Sex & Nudity

Nia pushes Craig onto a bed in one scene. They are interrupted before they go further, but Nia mentions how she'd like to "do it" in a hospital.

When Craig and Noelle finally develop a relationship, he talks about his ambition to sketch her naked. We see Craig drawing on a canvas, and Noelle peeking from behind (we see her bare shoulders).

The ward's shower doesn't have a lock, and a nurse walks in on Craig (we see his bare shoulders and her surprised face).

Craig pictures Nia in a bathtub, her toes and shoulders exposed.

Lots of sexual jokes throughout, and crude names for body parts. Example: a vagina is referenced as a beaver.

Violence & Gore

In a dream, Craig is about to jump off of a bridge to kill himself, but is interrupted by his family.

In a frustrated rage, Bobby screams and throws books around a room.

Craig is shown projectile vomiting at a restaurant with his family at the beginning of the movie after being asked how a class in school is going


Three uses of "s**t", two uses of "d**k", and some mild language. One f-word.

Bobby and Craig briefly discuss a character who has a mental disorder because he took 100 pills of acid in one night.

Bobby and Craig pay off a janitor with some sort of pills to get into a gym.

Members of the ward are seen lining up for their medication.

The movie can be depressing at parts, being about a 16 year-old boy checking himself into a mental hospital because of suicidal thoughts. His fellow patients have disorders, one schizophrenic, one who cuts herself (never seen), and a man whose wife kicked him out and is afraid to reconnect with his daughter.

Suicide and mental stress is a main theme.

Ages 11 and up.

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Rated PG-13 for mature thematic issues, sexual content, drug material and language
Argentina:13 / Canada:PG (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba) / Canada:14A (Ontario) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-11 / Germany:6 / Ireland:12A / Malaysia:PG-13 / Netherlands:AL / Singapore:PG / South Korea:15 / Sweden:15 / UK:12A / USA:PG-13 (certificate #46141)

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