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Overall A-

Jim Carrey offers a refreshing performance as a blacklisted, B-movie screenwriter who learns to stand up for himself after a freak car accident leaves him with amnesia and a new shot at life in a small coastal California town, where the residents believe he is one of their own lost sons returning from war.

Violence B
Sexual Content A-
Profanity C
Substance Use C+

MPAA Rating: PG for language and mild thematic elements

Why is The Majestic rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: The Majestic is rated PG for for language and mild thematic elements

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Violence: B
Character unjustly accused of illegal activity. Drunken character involved in car accident. Car plunges into river with driver. Man hits head on steel buttress. Character shown with bloody gash on forehead. Characters frequently discuss their sons killed in the war. Man punched in face, shown with minimal blood on lip. Character spits at another man. In an old movie: gunfire heard, sword fight shown, character stabbed and dies onscreen.

Sexual Content: A-
Couple kiss on screen in old movie. Unmarried couple kiss. Girls in background of scene wear dance costumes that expose legs. Derogatory comment made about man cross-dressing. Unmarried adult couple discusses their first kiss as teenagers and kiss on at least three other occasions.

Language: C
Includes at least: 4 moderate and 19 mild profanities, 2 crude sexual terms, and 20 terms of Deity used as expletives.

Alcohol / Drug Use: C+
After losing job and girlfriend, character consumes alcohol until drunk and then drives. One character shown with pipe throughout movie. Some background characters smoke.

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