When In Rome
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When In Rome
Rating & Content Info
Why is When In Rome rated PG-13? When In Rome is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some suggestive content.
Sexual content in this film includes some cleavage-baring outfits, passionate kissing and sexually oriented innuendo. A male character comments on numerous relationships with women. A newly married couple cooks together while partially undressed (with limited nudity shown). An artist sketches and paints pictures of a naked woman, including a several story high mural on the exterior of a building that depicts full frontal nudity. Some suggestive song lyrics are used. Drinking is portrayed at home, wedding celebrations and other social events. A woman becomes inebriated after downing alcohol to excess in one scene. Characters are hit by a car and horse drawn buggies. A man runs into objects and falls down an open stairwell. Characters discuss a man’s past injuries caused by a lightening strike. The script contains mild profanities and terms of Deity.
Page last updated July 19, 2016
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News About "When In Rome"
Cast and Crew
When In Rome is directed by Mark Steven Johnson and stars Kristen Bell, Josh Duhamel.
The most recent home video release of When In Rome movie is June 15, 2010. Here are some details…
Release Date: 15 June 2010
When In Rome arrives on DVD and Blu-ray with the following extras:
- Music Videos: Starstruckby 30H!3 featuring Katy Perry and Stupid Love Letter by Friday Night Boys
- Featurette: Kerplunk! Bloopers from Rome.
- Deleted Scenes.
When In Rome on Blu-ray also includes:
- Additional deleted scenes.
- Alternate Opening/Ending.
- Extended Scenes: Pain with the Suitors.
- Featurette: Crazy Casanovas: Mischief From The Set.
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Rome is also the setting for a princess who escapes her royal duties in order to enjoy a Roman Holiday in the famed city. Other visitors to the Italian capital wish for love in Three Coins in the Fountain. Josh Duhamel also plays a high-living movie star who goes out with a grocery clerk in hopes of restoring his nice boy image in Win a Date with Todd Hamilton!