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Will Hayes (Ryan Reynolds) is a dad with some tough questions to answer. In order to help his daughter Maya (Abigail Breslin) understand why he is getting a divorce, he definitely needs to tell the precocious ten-year-old all about his life and former loves (Elizabeth Banks, Isla Fisher and Rachel Weisz). And maybe her youthful, uncluttered vision can help him see some solutions to his adult problems.
Why Is Definitely, Maybe Rated PG-13?
Definitely, Maybe is rated PG-13 for sexual content, including some frank dialogue, language and smoking.
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With the divorce papers on his desk, Will Hays is about to end yet another unsuccessful relationship. Detailing the events of his former life to his daughter Maya, he confesses his past sexual relationships to the youngster, using derogatory slang, descriptive terms and frank discussion about sexual activity and single parenthood. Maya repeatedly uses anatomically correct terminology to describe intercourse. Newscasts detailing Bill Clinton’s sexual activities in office are also shown. Frequent drinking at home and social gatherings are depicted along with drunken behavior. Main characters, as well as others, regularly use cigarettes although some negative comments are made about the habit. Profanities, vulgar expressions and some scatological slang are also included in the script.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Definitely, Maybe is for sure releasing to DVD in widescreen and full frame presentations. Both versions offer the following bonus materials: an audio commentary with director Adam Brooks and actor Ryan Reynolds, deleted scenes and two featurettes (Creating a Romance: Brought to You Buy Volkswagen and The Changing Times of Definitely, Maybe). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.