Just Go With It parents guide

Just Go With It

Overall C-

A man (Adam Sandler) who has lied about his marital status for years finally meets the girl of his dreams (Brooklyn Decker). But in order to win her over, he has to pretend he is getting a divorce from a woman (Jennifer Aniston) he never married.

Release date February 11, 2011

Violence B
Sexual Content C-
Profanity C-
Substance Use C

Why is Just Go With It rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Just Go With It PG-13 for frequent crude and sexual content, partial nudity, brief drug references and language.

Run Time: 116 minutes

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Just Go With It
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Just Go With It rated PG-13? Just Go With It is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for frequent crude and sexual content, partial nudity, brief drug references and language.

Violence: Characters engage in horseplay, slapping, punching and pushing. A man falls from a cliff into the water below. A child throws an object at his pregnant mother. A man is hit in the groin on two different occasions. A knee injury results in a small amount of blood.

Sexual Content: Partial back and breast nudity are shown. Women in bikinis and female cleavage are seen throughout the film. Implied sexual activity takes place between unmarried adults. Adults talk about cheating, sex dolls and sexual fantasies. Men hit on women with crude pick up lines. Characters discuss the surgical enlargement of male and female sexual organs. A character engages in sexual motions with women and an animal. Other sexual jokes include numbing cream for nipples, low cut clothing, and sexually charged situations. A homosexual and overweight characters are portrayed in a crude, comic manner. Brief kissing and embracing is depicted. Frequent sexual innuendo is included.

Language: The script contains numerous crude terms for sex, human anatomy and bodily functions. Crass scatological humor, sexual dialogue, frequent profanities and terms of Deity are also found in the film.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink frequently to deal with emotional stress, sometimes to the point of intoxication. Brief drug references are made.

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Just Go With It
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG
Alberta PG Crude Content.
Manitoba PG Mature Theme.
Ontario PG Language May Offend.
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

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News About "Just Go With It"

Cast and Crew

Just Go With It is directed by Dennis Dugan and stars Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston, Brooklyn Decker.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Just Go With It movie is June 7, 2011. Here are some details…

Just Go With It releases to DVD and Blu-ray on June 7, 2011, with the following bonus materials:

- Blooper Reel: ;Laughter is Contagious

-Deleted Scenes

-Featurettes: The Perfect Couple: Jen and Adam, Dolph-Not The One From Rocky IV and Shooting Hawaii.

- Commentary with Adam Sandler, Nick Swardson, and producers Allen Covert, Tim Herlihy and Steve Koren

- Commentary with Director Dennis Dugan

Just Go With It on Blu-ray also includes these extras:

-11 Minutes of Additional Deleted Scenes

- More Featurettes: Adon: Living Plastic, Along Came a Prop Guy, Decker’s Got Gas, o “Kevin Nealon: The Plastic Man, Look Who Else Is In The Movie, Sneaky Kiki & Bart the Water Fart, The Not So Perfect Couple, Decker’s First Role and What’s A Dugan?

- movieIQ+sync and BD-Live™ connect you to realÄtime information on the cast, music, trivia and more while watching the movie!

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