Up In The Air
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Up In The Air
Rating & Content Info
Why is Up In The Air rated R? Up In The Air is rated R by the MPAA for language and some sexual content.
This well-crafted film, which presents thought provoking messages about human relationships, has the unfortunate inclusion of sexual content and language. An unmarried couple is seen going into a hotel room and preparing to have sex (we briefly see her naked from the rear and he is seen without a shirt). It is implied they have other sexual rendezvous as well. A couple of crude sexual comments are made using slang anatomical terms. Two people break into a school by opening a window with a credit card—no damage is done. A man talks of using a gun after getting fired. A depressed woman threatens to jump off a bridge (it is later revealed that she has died after carrying out this plan). A woman has an extramarital affair. Language includes at least 15 sexual expletives, a couple of other crude names for sex, scatological slang, and terms of deity. Social drinking is portrayed.
Page last updated May 31, 2010
|British Columbia||14A||Coarse Language. Nudity.|
|Manitoba||14A||Mature theme, Coarse Language.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
News About "Up In The Air"
Cast and Crew
Up In The Air is directed by and stars Geroge Clooney, Vera Farmiga, Anna Kendrick, Jason Reitman.
The most recent home video release of Up In The Air movie is March 9, 2010. Here are some details…
Release Date: 9 March 2010
Up In The Air releases to DVD and Blu-ray with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary by writer/director Jason Reitman, director of photography Eric Steelberg and first assistant director Jason Blumenfeld.
- Shadowplay: Before The Story
-Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Jason Reitman
Up In The Air releases on Blu-ray also includes:
- More deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Jason Reitman
-Music Video: Help Yourself by Sad Brad
-American Airlines Prank
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