One For The Money rating info

One For The Money

Overall C-

Stephanie Plum (Katherine Heigl) is anxious to make a little money, so the unemployed woman takes a job at her cousin's bail-bond business. Understanding little of what the work will entail, she takes on her first assignment-- tracking a man mixed up in a murder, who happens to be a former boyfriend (Jason O'Mara).

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

Why is One For The Money rated PG-13? The MPAA rated One For The Money PG-13 for violence, sexual references and language, some drug material and partial nudity.

Run Time: 91 minutes

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Why is One For The Money rated PG-13? One For The Money is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for violence, sexual references and language, some drug material and partial nudity.

Violence: The details of a shooting are discussed and portrayed numerous times. A woman buys a gun for work. A man beats another in a boxing cage and then begins to rough up a woman. Characters talk about a woman who was killed for giving information to police. A man pushes a woman up against a wall and threatens her. Shots are fired inside a gym. An elderly woman fires a gun at the dinner table. Characters pick locks to illegally enter a house. A man is hit on the head with a liquor bottle and knocked out. A prostitute is beaten up and thrown from a truck. A car bomb explodes killing someone other than the intended victim. Sounds of shots are heard and later two men are seen with bullet holes in their heads. Characters discover a decomposing body in a barrel. Two men engage in a fistfight. One character is clubbed over the head. Characters are threatened with a gun. A man is blasted with pepper spray. A man is shot repeatedly in the chest (shots are shown on screen). A woman’s home catches fire after a fiery object is thrown inside. Characters discuss the suspicious nature of a drug user’s death.

Sexual Content: Characters repeatedly discuss sexual activity including women losing their virginity to the same man. Several crude terms for sexual activity are used during the discussions. A character asks if a woman is pregnant. Prostitutes wear cleavage-baring clothing. A man makes suggestive comments to a woman on several occasions. Later he asks her to take her shirt off. A woman undresses in front of her bedroom window. A naked painting is seen on the wall. Male buttock nudity is seen and several crude terms for male anatomy are used. A man handcuffs a naked woman to the curtain rod while she is showering. Partial female frontal nudity is seen. A man makes several suggestive comments about a woman’s body.

Language: The script contains dozens of profanities, scatological slang words and terms of Deity. Sexually suggestive dialogue includes crude terms for sexual activity and crass names for male and female anatomy along with two crude hand gestures.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Drug trafficking is discussed on several occasions and characters come upon a drug drop location. Characters drink with dinner. A woman smokes outside a hospital.

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One For The Money
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Violence. Coarse Language.
Alberta PG Language May Offend.
Manitoba PG Not recommended For Young Children, Language May Offend.
Ontario PG Not Recommeded for Young Children, Language May Offend.
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

News About "One For The Money"

Cast and Crew

One For The Money is directed by Julie Anne Robinson and stars Katherine Heigl, Jason O'Mara, Daniel Sunjata.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of One For The Money movie is May 15, 2012. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: One For The Money

Release Date: May 15, 2012

One For The Money releases to home video with the following extras:

- Behind-the-scenes featurettes

- Gag reel

- Deleted scene

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A blonde Katherine Heigl plays an equally blithe character whose love life gets tangled up in guns and murder in Killers. Although she and Jason O’Mara carry the leading roles in this movie, many of the actors playing secondary characters have impressive resumes. Debbie Reynolds, who plays Stephanie’s grandmother, began her acting career after winning a beauty contest at age 16. Some of her varied roles include appearances in Singin’ in the Rain, as well as voice work in the 1973 animated movie Charlotte’s Web and the 2001 kids’ movie Rugrats In Paris: The Movie. Leonardo Nam who stars as crime witness John Cho also shows up in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, the action drama Vantage Point andThe Perfect Score. David Flick who plays Sal the fishmonger took parts in Unstoppable and The Next Three Days.