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Sharon (Susan Sarandon) is tired of having her 30-year-old son Jeff (Jason Segel) living in her basement. But when she asks his brother Pat (Ed Helms) to encourage him to grow up, the pair instead get caught up in a childish quest.

MPAA Rating: R for language including sexual references and some drug use.

Why is Jeff Who Lives at Home rated R?

Official MPAA Rating: Jeff Who Lives at Home is rated R for for language including sexual references and some drug use.

Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

This additional information about the movie’s content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards:


- Portrayals of non-graphic violence

- Depictions of fighting.

- Some scenes may frighten children.

Sexual Content:

- Sexual references and language.

- Crude content.

- Embracing and kissing.


- Frequent use of the sexual expletive and variations, once in a sexual context.

- Frequent use of scatological slang

- Infrequent use of cursing, vulgar expressions, and mild sexual language

Drugs and Alcohol:

- Two scenes of drug use involving marijuana.

- Portrayals of illegal drug use in a recreational context (some detail shown).

- Tobacco use

Jeff Who Lives at Home
Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Coarse and Sexual Language. Drug Use.
Alberta 14A Coarse Language.
Manitoba 14A Coarse Language.
Ontario 14A Coarse Language, Substance Abuse.
Quebec G
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video 14A