Trouble With The Curve
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Trouble With The Curve
Rating & Content Info
Why is Trouble With The Curve rated PG-13? Trouble With The Curve is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for language, sexual references, some thematic material and smoking.
Violence: A possibly drunk man is threatened with a broken bear bottle after he tries to persuade a woman to dance with him. A character beats and tries to strangle a man. A woman warns a man by holding a pool cue to his crotch. Sexual violence is alluded to. Car accidents cause property damage and minor personal injury.
Sexual Content: Young adults exchange insults that include sexual banter and rude slang terms. A couple strip down to their underwear and go swimming. A couple kisses passionately. Some innuendo and crude references are heard. A man is seen from behind while he is urinating.
Language: A sexual expletive and a rude hand gesture are used. The script contains pervasive mild to moderate profanities, along with terms of Deity used as expletives.
Drugs and Alcohol: A man smokes a cigar throughout the entire film. Characters drink at bars and when facing disappointments. Although a lot of alcohol is consumed, little drunkenness is depicted.
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|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language, Violence.|
|Manitoba||PG||Language May Offend, Mature Theme.|
|Ontario||PG||Mature Theme, Language May Offend, Tobacco Use.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Trouble With The Curve"
Cast and Crew
Trouble With The Curve is directed by Robert Lorenz and stars Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, John Goodman, Justin Timberlake.
The most recent home video release of Trouble With The Curve movie is December 17, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes; Trouble With the Curve
Release Date: 18 December 2012
Trouble with the Curve releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD Ultraviolet Combo Pack) with the following extras:
- Trouble with the Curve: Rising through the Ranks
- Trouble with the Curve: For the Love of the Game
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