Why is Just Wright rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Just Wright is rated PG for for some suggestive material and brief language.
As this romance between a physiotherapist and a basketball star unfolds, there are numerous depictions of drinking at parties, pubs and social occasions. A depressed character is shown alone in a room with several empty alcohol bottles. A couple lives together before marriage, and unwed pregnancy is briefly discussed. A few mild sexual references and innuendo are heard. A man and woman engage in a sexual relationship (they are in bed together and bare backs and shoulders are seen). Embracing and kissing are also portrayed. A sexy physiotherapist wearing very short shorts works with a client in a sensual way. Infrequent mild and moderate profanities are used, along with frequent terms of deity. A woman adjusts her breasts when talking about bait to catch men. A sports injury is shown (no blood or details), as well as rigorous therapeutic exercises.
|British Columbia||G||Coarse Language.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|