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Moneyball
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

1/10

We see several shirtless men with their bare chests and backs visible in a locker room.

A man playfully dances on a table in front of several other men and thrusts his hips.

A man remarks that another man goes to strip clubs.

A female reporter asks a man if he frequents strip clubs and the man does not respond.

A group of men joke about a woman's appearance, saying she is a six out of ten.

Violence & Gore

There are a few moments where Billy loses his temper and throws something or overturns furniture in anger, but no one is hurt.

Profanity

2 F-words, 18 scatological terms (3 mild), 6 anatomical terms, 6 mild obscenities.

A man is seen drinking what is presumably alcohol on two occasions.

On two occasions we hear radio announcers discuss the use of champagne to pour on players after a winning game.

Throughout the movie we see men using chewing tobacco.

Men are shown spitting chewing tobacco into cups.

We see one man put chewing tobacco into his lip.

A man is seen chewing on a cigar

A man frequently (and violently) loses his temper: he throws things, breaks things, overturns furniture and shouts at people.

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Rated PG-13 for some strong language
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