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Rating & Content Info
Why is Joy rated PG-13? Joy is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for brief strong language.
Violence: Characters in a Soap Opera talk about inheritance issues and consider murder. People shoot targets at a gun range, and one character does so to relieve stress and frustration. Police intervene when a character tries to sell a product without a license and when one is accused of trespassing. A woman is put in jail. Family domestic issues include arguments, bullying, undermining one another, taking advantage of each other, and destroying property when angry. Legal issues occur including fraud and bankruptcy. A corpse is briefly seen. A character cleaning up broken glass ends up with bloody cuts on her hands.
Sexual Content: Mild sexual references are heard. Characters embrace and kiss. A man uses a dating service to find a girlfriend.
Language: The script includes a strong sexual expletive, mild profanity and terms of deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink alcohol in social settings and to relieve stress. A man is accused of having a hangover. A healthy woman is given cough syrup to help her sleep.
Page last updated May 12, 2016
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News About "Joy"
Cast and Crew
Joy is directed by David O. Russell and stars Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, Robert De Niro, Édgar Ramírez.
The most recent home video release of Joy movie is May 3, 2016. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Joy
Release Date: 3 May 2016
Joy releases to home video (Blu-ray, Digital HD) with the following extras:
- Joy, Strength and Perseverance
- Times Talk with Jennifer Lawrence and David O. Russell and Maureen Dowd