Why is Ocean’s Eleven rated PG-13?
Official MPAA Rating: Ocean’s Eleven is rated PG-13 for
George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and Andy Garcia head the cast of “A” list actors in this remake of the 1960’s film, Ocean’s Eleven. While the times may have changed, the common theme of glorified thievery and heavy social drinking has not. The use of extreme sexual profanities is also included.
Comments made about man’s past crimes. Character lies about drinking and disobeys parole orders. Characters discuss unlawful exchange of money. Characters steal items from office. Man smashes character’s toy. Characters discuss plans for armed robbery. Men argue briefly on several occasions. Character forcefully squeezes another’s hand. Man threatened. Couple argues briefly in public. Scene of building being demolished shown on TV screen. Characters steal items from people and buildings on numerous occasions. Man’s hand slammed in van door. Character punched in face. Characters fall several feet onto cement floor. Woman pushed roughly and knocked down. Commotion takes place at sporting event and in casino. Fight heard but not seen. Characters use explosives—explosions depicted in several scenes. Men knocked out and tied up. Character’s hand caught in hole near explosives. Character appears to die from heart attack. Gunfire and yelling heard. Armed men surround vehicle and fire shots.
Sexual Content: C-
Woman shown in low cut T-shirt. Strippers dance lewdly in background of some scenes. Man shown with bare chest, boxers and robe. Man comments on dating dead man’s widow. Frontal nudity of female statue shown briefly. Waitress shown in flimsy transparent outfit (with black tape across breasts). To incite jealousy, character flirts with woman and strokes her hand. Man pecks woman on cheek. Man covers genital area with hand during explosion. Picture shown of nude woman with hands covering part of her breasts.
At least: 2 extreme sexual profanities, 1 obscene sexual hand gesture, 1 crude sexual term, 10 moderate profanities, 12 mild profanities, and 11 terms of Deity used as expletives. Name-calling and some racial comments also used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: C
Throughout film, characters shown drinking in bars, homes, hotel rooms, and at social gatherings. Character drinks after argument. Large assortment of liquor shown at house party. Man references vodka. Several characters smoke repeatedly. At least two characters shown smoking cigars.
Character covered in what appears to be raw sewage.