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Rating & Content Info
Why is Morning Glory rated PG-13? Morning Glory is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some sexual content including dialogue, language and brief drug references.
Violence: A man fires at birds with his rifle while hunting.
Sexual Content: Characters exchange banter that often includes crude sexual comments, crass anatomical references and a brief reference to prostitution. A couple passionately kisses while stumbling around a house and awkwardly undressing. A woman is seen in her shirt and panties. It is implied that they later engage in more sexual activity. A girl comments about a box of condoms she received from her coworkers. A man invites a girl to engage in his sexual fantasy.
Language: The script includes a strong sexual expletive along with the same word partially spoken on several occasions. Frequent profanities, some scatological slang and other vulgar terms are also used in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Brief references are made to illegal drugs. A man comments about feeling suicidal while drinking. He later spends the evening bar hopping. Infrequent alcohol use is shown in social settings. A woman takes prescription pills on several occasions. A man smokes a cigar.
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|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language.|
|Alberta||PG||Coarse Language, Mature Subject Matter.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not recommended For Young Children, Language May Offend.|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Morning Glory"
Cast and Crew
Morning Glory is directed by Roger Michell and stars Rachel McAdams, Harrison Ford, Diane Keaton.
The most recent home video release of Morning Glory movie is March 8, 2011. Here are some details…
Morning Glory releases to DVD and Blu-ray on March 8, 2011.with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary by Director Roger Michell and Writer Aline Brosh McKenna
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Rachel McAdams’ resume includes a wide variety of characters including a bully in Mean Girls, a unscrupulous thief in Sherlock Holmes, a hostage victim in Red Eye, a young society girl in The Notebook and a troubled spouse in The Time Traveler’s Wife.