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My Super Ex-Girlfriend

If a woman scorned is a terrifying thing, imagine how much more frightening it would be if the female in question was a superhero! Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) is about to personally experience this exceptional wrath when he dumps Jenny Johnson (Uma Thurman), aka G-Girl, to peruse a sexual relationship with his coworker Hannah (Anna Faris). Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: D+
Violence: C
Sexual Content: D
Language: D+
Drugs/Alcohol: B+
Theater Release: 20 Jul 2006
Video Release: 18 Dec 2006
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is My Super Ex-Girlfriend Rated PG-13?


Don’t assume this superhero themed movie is kid material. The PG-13 rating is a result of the many adult-oriented sexual jokes, crude remarks, and nudity. (You will note the MPAA description doesn’t even mention the violent content, giving parents a clue about the sexual focus.) Coarse language is frequent, and includes direct slang references for sexual activity. Violence typical of a superhero movie includes guns being fired at people, many physical altercations, and car accidents—one involving a pedestrian. Principal characters are seen drinking socially.

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