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Rating & Content Info
Why is Larry Crowne rated PG-13? Larry Crowne is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for brief strong language and some sexual content.
Violence: A married couple argues.
Sexual Content: A married man’s habit of viewing pornography is discussed from a negative perspective and causes marital discord (we briefly see photos of women in tiny bikinis on a computer screen). A married woman passionately kisses and embraces another man. A woman shows off a tattoo on her lower back.
Language: One sexual expletive is heard. Profanities, crude anatomical and scatological terms are used infrequently.
Drugs/Alcohol: Characters are shown with tobacco pipes in their mouths (no smoke is seen). A character drinks to relieve stress and suffers with a hangover the next day.
Page last updated December 1, 2011
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News About "Larry Crowne"
Cast and Crew
Larry Crowne is directed by Tom Hanks and stars Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Taraji P. Henson .
The most recent home video release of Larry Crowne movie is November 14, 2011. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Larry Crowne
Release Date: 15 November 2011
Larry Crowne releases to home video on DVD and Blu-ray on November 15, 2011. Bonus extras include:
-The Making of Larry Crowne
-Fun on the Set
On Blu-ray only:
- Pocket Blu
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