Why is Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps rated PG-13?
Official MPAA Rating: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is rated PG-13 for for brief strong language and thematic elements.
Violence: A scene of a man committing suicide by falling in front of a subway train is shown a number of times. Two people engage in a dangerous motorcycle race.
Sexual Content: An unmarried couple living together is shown cuddling in bed with their nightclothes on. A girl talks about her pregnancy. Some low cut evening gowns are seen at a social event.
Language: At least two explicit sexual expletives and some strong sexual slang terms are used in a nonsexual context, along with a couple of depictions of crude hand gestures. Nearly two-dozen profanities and terms of Deity are used, as well as scatological slang and a rude ethnic slur.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Individuals frequently drink at social events and at home. One man appears to be slightly inebriated during a party. Characters are often seen smoking cigars, while others use cigarettes. Discussions about illegal drug use are included. A man gulps pills from a small bottle during a stressful event at work.
Other: Characters involved in the financial market engage in unethical business practices, including lying and stealing, that cause serious financial fallout.