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The two main characters have sex, no actual sex is shown but they are shown kissing sensually. No nudity.

John watches Savannah undress by her reflection in the mirror.

Many sensual kisses throughout the movie, some in questionable positions.

John and Savannah make out and squeal from John's bedroom. They are touching each other and goofing around. They go in a closet, and leave the rest to imagination, but it's implied they have sex.


The September 11 attacks are seen on a television briefly.

Part of the story is shown overseas at war, so we can see explosions, guns being fired, etc.

One character gets shot, but he's unharmed because of his bullet proof vest.

Main character gets shot. You can see his body shake from the shots, and blood.

Main character starts a fight with a man, and ends up hitting other men. One man is seen with a black eye in the next scene.


A few uses of damn, ass, hell, shit, and goddamn.

1 or 2 uses of retarded.

Rated PG-13 for sensuality, violence and language.


Rated PG-13 for some sensuality and violence

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