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MPAA Rated PG-13 for some language, sexual humor and partying

Sex & Nudity

  • A woman is shown waxing her legs, you can see up to the top of her thigh.
  • Young women are shown in bikinis.
  • A group of guys stare at a woman's sports bra on a hanger after she has taken it off. They talk about how it has touched her breasts.
  • Generally 'sorority girl clothing' throughout - low necklines and short hemlines.
  • One of the "seven dorks" is eager to have sex with a woman--any woman--and he talks about it several times. He expresses his opinion that frat guys do nothing but have sex with girls all the time.
  • There is some kissing among teenagers - it's pretty innocent, though.
  • A father has "the sex talk" with his young daughter at the beginning of the movie. He mispronounces the "fallopian tubes" as the "fallipian tubes" and says "Every month, the woman lays an egg, like a chicken".
  • Sydney is taught from a young age to whistle through her teeth when a cute boy walks down the street. We see her do it once as a child, and again as a college student.

Violence & Gore

  • A girl throws a football at a guy, hitting him square in the face and causing him to fall over. He is later shown with a broken nose. It's nothing graphic, though, and it is intended to be funny.
  • A group of sorority girls are forced to clean a bathroom at a frat house, and they are shown looking disgusted and traumatized afterward.


  • some mild PG13 rated language, including bitch, slut, and skank.
  • The seven dorks walk past Rachel and say "Hi, ho" twice. This is a shout-out to the film "Snow White", but the implications are much different here.
  • Sydney tells a guy she likes that she spends a lot of time in bathrooms. This is because her father is a plumber, but she doesn't clarify that, so the guy thinks she means something else. Then she says quickly, "No, I don't mean it like that. I'm only in bathrooms sometimes, or sometimes more, depending on what I eat". This might be classified as potty humor.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • People are shown guzzling beer from a keg at a party while being cheered on by a crowd.
  • We see a sorority house that is described as a house of partiers, and we see several young women passed out on the front lawn or stumbling toward the entrance apparently intoxicated.
  • There is a tailgating party at a college football game.
  • A young man uses an inhaler of OTC allergy medication.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A girl walks outside during a rain and thunderstorm, and she is visibly upset and crying. This is after she was publicly humiliated at a sorority initiation ceremony.

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