Why is The Last Song rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: The Last Song is rated PG for for thematic material, some violence, sensuality and mild language.
Set on the beach, this film includes countless girls in bikinis, wet t-shirts and low cut or midriff-baring summer clothes. Characters exchange lengthy kisses on several occasions. A man who is drunk attempts to cuddle up with a girl who refuses his advances. The young man is also involved in a number of other altercations, one of which involves a metal tool and results in a bloody face. Characters discuss a drinking party that caused property damage. Other young adults are involved in discussions or portrayals of drinking. Characters drink at dinner and a wedding. A girl discusses her arrest for shoplifting and later is caught with a stolen item in her purse. A girl argues with her parents and sibling. A boy discusses the death of this brother. The script contains a handful of mild profanities and terms of Deity.
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