One Small Hitch parents guide

One Small Hitch

The only problem with the wedding congratulations is -- the couple is not really engaged.

Overall C

Josh's (Shane McRae) dying father has one last wish -- to see his son married. So Josh announces his engagement to his childhood friend Molly (Aubrey Dollar). The hitch is, it isn't true. But the lie becomes harder to undo as more and more family and friends hear about the news.

Release date February 6, 2015

Violence B+
Sexual Content C
Profanity C
Substance Use C

Why is One Small Hitch rated Not Rated? The MPAA rated One Small Hitch Not Rated

Run Time: 105 minutes

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One Small Hitch
Rating & Content Info

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Why is One Small Hitch rated Not Rated? One Small Hitch is rated Not Rated by the MPAA

An angry woman punches a man. Characters argue.

Sexual Content:
A man, who brags about getting his way with women, is shown passionately embracing, kissing, fondling and undressing various lovers (no nudity is shown). Some of his sexual encounters include moaning and partners laying on one another. A woman discovers her supposedly single boyfriend is actually married. Women’s menstrual cycles are briefly discussed. Characters speculate about the possibility of an unmarried woman being pregnant. Characters are shown in their underwear and in lingerie. Partial nudity (bare backs and shoulders) is seen when women receive spa treatments, and when a woman takes a bubble bath. (In the latter scene, a man walks in and sees the woman naked—we just see his reaction.) Unmarried couples live together. Adultery and infidelity are briefly discussed. Crude sexual terms, and slang names for body parts are used.

The script includes frequent use of moderate and mild profanity, scatological slang terms and use of names of deity as exclamations. Some derogatory racial remarks are made.

Alcohol / Drug Use:
Characters drink frequently, at home, at bars, at social gatherings and sometimes alone. Characters at a wedding drink to excess and pass out/fall asleep. A man chews on a cigar. A sad woman takes medication intended to make her feel happier, on the advice of a stranger. It makes her behave like she is high.

A woman vomits. Characters discuss a terminal illness. A man is hospitalized due to a medical emergency. Religious differences in a marriage are discussed. The birth of a baby is depicted.

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One Small Hitch
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
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Cast and Crew

One Small Hitch is directed by John Burgess and stars Aubrey Dollar, Shane McRae.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of One Small Hitch movie is February 15, 2015. Here are some details…

One Small Hitch releases to home video on February 10, 2015.

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Other couples fake the nature of their relationships (with comedic and romantic results) in While You Were Sleeping and It Happened One Night.