|Video Release:||04 Jan 2011|
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Why Is Dinner For Schmucks Rated PG-13?
Violence: A driver, who is texting while operating his car, hits a pedestrian—no injuries are caused. A sexually aggressive woman chases a man around an apartment and throws objects at him, which results in broken glass and other damage. During a swordfight, a man’s finger is dismembered and the removed appendage is seen in later scenes. A man is bullied by his boss. Other scenes contain mild violence within a comedic context.
Sex: Sexual jokes, innuendo and explicit discussions are heard in many scenes. Sexual anatomical terms are used. A man and two women appear nearly naked with only their sexual body parts covered. An unmarried couple live together. A man discusses having sex with multiple partners. A close-up photo of a woman’s buttocks clothed in underwear is seen.
Language: A single sexual expletive is heard, along with two or three uses of a word that sounds similar. A couple of other crude terms for sex are used. Scatological slang and other mild profanities are included in the script, along with frequent terms of deity.
Drugs/Alcohol: Social drinking is depicted.