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Rating & Content Info
Why is Waiting rated R? Waiting is rated R by the MPAA for strong crude and sexual humor, pervasive language and some drug use.
It may be R-rated, but this film is still targeted to teen audiences (a continuing joke involves the 40-something manager and a 20-something employee both counting down the days until a female employee turns 18 so they can have sex with her). Profanities are continuous, with well over 100 uses of the sexual expletive. Illegal drugs and alcohol are used without concern, casual sex with multiple partners is boasted about, and highly inappropriate workplace behavior is depicted. Two quick shots of male and female genitals are also included.
Page last updated April 17, 2009
|British Columbia||18A||frequent coarse & sexual language.|
|Alberta||18A||Crude Sexual Content, Substance Abuse.|
|Manitoba||18A||Coarse Language,Crude Content, Tobacco Use/Promotion.Coarse Language, Crude Content-----|
|Ontario||14A||COARSE LANGUAGE, SEXUAL CONTENT, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, CRUDE CONTENT.|
|Canadian Home Video||18A|
News About "Waiting"
Cast and Crew
Waiting is directed by and stars Ryan Reynolds, Robert Patrick Benedict..
The most recent home video release of Waiting movie is February 6, 2006. Here are some details…
Parents will want to be aware that Waiting… will be release to DVD in both a rated and unrated version, possibly allowing even more objectionable content to be dished up.