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(Since this is a christian movie, it tackles a lot of different issues on sin)

A woman wears tight fitting outfits throughout the film.

In one of the skits where "satan" a character on a TV show sings, 2 women wear short outfits.

In a dream sequence the main character (who is amish) see's the girl he loves getting dressed (behind a tree with no view of her) in amish clothing. This is very funny and no nudity is shown.

Roy (when he was drunk the night before) left his wallet at Tiffany's house. She brings it to him and says "You left this at my place big boy." Everyone thinks that he slept with her, we later find out that he passed out by the time they arrived at her house and that nothing happened.

Tiffany is released from prison for "good behaviour" and one man says "I think it had something to do with the warden's bachelor party." Showing that Tiffany is a temptress.

(Most of the violence in the film is comical)

Two women have a catfight, this is comical, and one of the women has a black eye, and the other has a small cut under her eye.

When Roy get's a job at a Hot Dog place and goes "a little crazy" he is tackled by the police, this is also very comical.

Roy's uncle runs over 2 men with his car. Then the men get up and they aren't hurt, they only have a few cuts in their clothing. The 2 men were trying to steal Roy's money. This scene is also comical.

A little mild name calling, but no swearing or blasphemy.

Roy's uncle (who has lost his way as a christian) smokes throughout.

Roy's uncle is a drug addict and he buy's cocaine and Roy thinks it's flower.

Roy see's his uncle taking drugs and asks what it is but his uncle says it's medicine. Roy then wants to take some but his uncle stops him.

Roy get's "bullied" into trying a rhode island ice tea, and he gets drunk. This scene though is very comical.

Nothing Frightening or Intense. This is a christian film with a good lesson, but I'd say it's safe for anyone 12 and up.

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