Money Monster parents guide

Money Monster

Someone is gonna pay.

Overall C

When Kyle (Jack O'Connell) loses his life's savings, he decides to hold someone accountable! So he goes after the TV show that gave him the bad investing tips by taking the host (George Clooney) hostage --while the program is on air. He then  demands the cast and crew make his money matters right.

Release date May 15, 2016

Violence C-
Sexual Content C-
Profanity D
Substance Use D+

Why is Money Monster rated R? The MPAA rated Money Monster R for language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence.

Run Time: 99 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

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Why is Money Monster rated R? Money Monster is rated R by the MPAA for language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence.

Violence: A character is taken hostage and forced to wear an explosive vest by a man who brandishes a gun and repeatedly makes death threats. Other characters are also threatened by his weapon and explosives. Armed police officers are brought in to help with the situation. Authorities argue the pros and cons of shooting at innocent targets while trying to take down the perpetrator. Violent images from old movies are infrequently seen. Gun shots are used to get attention and to destroy property. Suicide is contemplated and discussed. Characters are shoved around and rough handled. A news report shows armed men who are striking and protesting. Characters are shot at, some are hit, and blood is shown. A character punches another. Death and injuries are discussed.

Sexual Content: An erectile dysfunction remedy is discussed and a character tries it to see if it is effective. Masturbation is implied. A man and woman engage in sex: sounds and thrusting are portrayed, but no nudity is seen. A naked couple kissing in a shower is briefly shown. Various women are seen in scanty dance costumes and bikinis. Sexual references and innuendo are heard. Characters embrace and kiss. An extramarital affair and unwed pregnancy are implied. Divorce and unhappy relationships are discussed. Several scenes depict men in restrooms using the toilet.

Language: A sexual expletive is used pervasively (at least 70 times) and once in a sexual context. Also frequently used are scatological slang, moderate curses and mild profanity. Crude expressions, sexual slang terms and mentions of male anatomy are included as well.

Alcohol / Drug Use: People are seen drinking in bars. A man secretly drinks alcohol out of a coffee mug at work. Two scenes show characters using illegal drugs.

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Money Monster
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Coarse Language, Sexually Suggestive Scene.
Alberta 14A Coarse Language.
Manitoba 14A Coarse Language.
Ontario 14A Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Disturbing Content.
Quebec 13+
Martimes 14A
Canadian Home Video 14A

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Cast and Crew

Money Monster is directed by Jodie Foster and stars Julia Roberts, Giancarlo Esposito, George Clooney.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Money Monster movie is September 6, 2016. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Money Monster
Release Date: 6 September 2016
Money Monster releases to home video (Blu-ray/Digital) with the following supplements:
- Deleted Scenes
- George Clooney, The Money Man
- Inside the Pressure Cooker
- Analysis of a Scene - The Showdown
- Dan the Automator (feat. Del the Funky Homosapien)
- Music Video: What Makes the World Go ‘Round (MONEY!)

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