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Parents Guide for
I'm So Excited! (2013) More at IMDbPro »Los amantes pasajeros (original title)

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Sex & Nudity

Strong sexual references throughout as well as simulated sex acts.

Erections are seen through pants.

A woman watches a drugged, unconscious woman performing oral sex on a man; the woman later straddles the man and they engage in sex with active thrusting (the man's bare legs are visible and the woman is shown wearing a dress) and the woman, as part of the sex act, begins to moan and slap the man multiple times, and then climaxes and climbs off of the man.

A woman asks a man having sex with a drugged woman if he is having vaginal or anal sex.

A woman has sex with an unconscious man.

A woman walks through an airplane and we see a woman straddling a man as they have sex with the woman on top (the woman appears fully clothed and we see her wearing a skirt that is pushed up).

A man appears to be receiving oral sex as he pilots an airplane and makes euphoric faces.

Semen is seen on a man's lips and then cleaned off and tasted by another man.

It is implied that two men have sex in an airplane bathroom (we hear panting and moaning and see the two men leaving the bathroom together); one of the men is buttoning up his shirt and the other man kisses him on the cheek.

A man and a woman kiss passionately.

A woman runs her hands down men's chests and rest her hands on the men's crotches.

Three men perform a campy song and dance routine of a sexual nature.

A woman tells three men that she had posed nude for a magazine and then quickly became a dominatrix for money; the woman brags that either she, or the prostitutes she employees, had sex with over 600 men.

Much dialogue about homosexuality and bisexuality.

Many oral sex references and simulated oral sex.

A man tells a woman that his adult daughter is a dominatrix.

Violence & Gore

Mild blood seen after off-screen injuries in two different scenes.

A woman attempt suicide by jumping off a viaduct.

A man slaps a woman to calm her.

The threat of a plane crash is persistent throughout the film.

References to kidnappings by drug lords.

One passenger is a hit man and another passenger is his target.

A psychic woman refers to death.

Off-screen vomiting.

Profanity

Several sexual references, scatological and anatomical terms, mild obscenities, derogatory terms for gay men, and a derogatory term for the mentally handicapped.

Heavy drug and alcohol use throughout.

A man gives two men pills wrapped in plastic and he discusses how he was a drug mule and had been storing the pills in his anus.

A man feed pills to his wife causing her to fall into a deep sleep and he later feeds her additional pills.

We see an entire portion of an airplane filled with people sleeping and on multiple occasions and we hear that two female flight attendants had given the group of people sleeping pills.

A man smokes what appears to be a marijuana cigarette and offers it to another man who turns it down.

Men discuss drug use and former addiction to heroin and cocaine.

A man offhandedly discusses how he is a recovering cocaine addict.

A man tells two other men that he is going to take a series of name-brand drugs and lists an antidepressant and a sleeping pill and a muscle relaxant.

A woman shouts at three men after they reveal that she had been drinking a cocktail made with alcohol and a prescription drug.

A man remarks that he is praying for another man to recover from his drunkenness and drug addiction.

Throughout the movie we see people drinking alcohol.

Flight attendants drink liquor directly from a bottle.

Flight attendants feed alcoholic drinks to airplane pilots actively flying an airplane.

Flight attendants offer people a cocktail made with champagne and liquor along with extremely heavy pain killer.

Flight attendants offer and make liquor-based cocktails that we see people drinking throughout the movie.

An airplane pilot asks a flight attendant if he can order wine and the other pilot chides him.

People discuss different levels of drunkenness throughout the movie.

We see men and women smoking cigarettes on an airplane.

The film is a very light comedy, but has a few moments of tension, including the possibility that no one on-board the plane will make it out alive.

Strong sexual content and heavy drug use.

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong sexual content including crude references, and drug use

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