All My Friends Hate Me (2021) Poster

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MPAA Rated R for language throughout, drug use and brief graphic nudity.

Sex & Nudity

  • There are 2 scenes of nudity in this movie. A nude man in the bathroom & a nude woman, when she is sleeping.
  • A man exposes himself to the main character while taking a bath. Half of his private parts are obscured by the bathtub in frame It's all a joke but the main character is very put off by it.

Violence & Gore


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The characters are celebrating a friends birthday party over a weekend. There is frequent drinking, characters having a smoke, there's also an argument over pills. The characters drive home together after all this.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The protagonist unknowingly inspects an abandoned car occupied by a houseless man off road in the country. The houseless man lunges out of the car and chases the protagonist back to his vehicle on the road, screaming obscenities and chasing him until he drives away. A startling scene to set the tone of the film.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • The protagonist throws an empty vase at the odd character. It shatters on his back and he falls over. No blood shown.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The protagonist has a nightmare where one of his friends hangs themselves from the doorway of his bedroom. She says everything is his fault then falls forward (neck break not shown), which snaps the protagonist out of his dream.
  • The protagonist finds a dead goose (of the first scene with the friends) bitten at its neck. Not graphic, but unsettling.
  • The protagonist is chased by the member of the group that's newer to him in an open field. The newer friend odd and conspicuous. It turns out to be a joke for a surprise birthday. Still, scene through the protagonists point of view, it's quite scary.
  • Some viewers may find the discussions of a characters recent attempt on her life to be upsetting. The odd character also makes several inappropriate jokes at her expense behind her back to upset the protagonist.
  • The protagonists friends hire a "lookalike" who is a simpleton version of Pete who poorly imitates and mocks the main character as his friends laugh. Scene is very nightmarish. Eventually, the character reveals his biggest regret in life, only to realize he's picked the wrong time to reveal it.
  • Most of the horror in this film comes from the fact that the protagonist has social and general anxiety disorder.

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