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Milo Hoffman (Ryan Phillippe) and his three buddies are excitedly trying to attract start-up funding for their new software company. But no sooner are the computers hooked up in the garage-based business when the phone rings.
Why Is AntiTrust Rated PG-13?
AntiTrust is rated PG-13 some violence and brief language
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There’s little to justify taking your children to this movie. The plot is contrived and manipulative and may spark paranoia in young minds.
We see two men break into an office and beat another man (not seen). Incident viewed again on a computer monitor with fuzzy details, but clearly see the man being beaten this time. A racist slur is sprayed on a wall. Man kicked down stairs. Man holds up a gun.
Sexual Content: B-
Brief shot of woman in bra. Unmarried couple in bed with clothes on—implied that they are going to have sex. Abstract artwork with some nudity.
At least: 1 extreme profanity, 7 moderate profanities, 2 mild profanities, 9 terms of Deity used as expletives or profanities.
Alcohol / Drug Use: B
Social beer drinking. A drink of wine with dinner (two occasions). Wine at a reception.
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