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It started out as a road trip for inventor Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) to peddle his wares, but after he invites his Mom (Barbra Streisand) along for the ride, it is sure to be a guilt trip too.
Why Is The Guilt Trip Rated PG-13?
The Guilt Trip is rated PG-13 for language and some risque material.
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Violence: A scuffle breaks out when a man insists on buying a drink for an already intoxicated woman—the punched man is shown with a bruised face afterward. A mother and son have some heated discussions. A car appears to hit a pedestrian during closing credits.
Sexual Content: A couple of snippets are heard from a talking book discussing sexual behavior. A woman is convinced hitchhikers rape people. A mother discusses pregnancy and a problem with her newborn son’s penis. A brief scene takes place in a strip bar where we see dancers in the background wearing bikini tops and bottoms. The term “penetrative sex” is heard in outtakes during closing credits.
Language: A single sexual expletive, a half dozen scatological terms and a few terms of deity (including two Christian terms) are heard.
Drugs/Alcohol: A man drinks to alleviate stress. A woman drinks to the point of drunkedness. While gambling on a slot machine in Vegas, a woman frequently asks for more free drinks.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: The Guilt Tripl
Release Date: 30 April 2013
The Guilt Trip releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras:l
- Barbra & Seth
- Barbra’s Worldl
- Guilt Trip: A Real Mother of a Road Tripl
- In the Driver’s Seatl
- Not Really a Road Trip Moviel
- Alternate Openingsl
- Alternate Endingl
- Over 10 Deleted Scenesl
- Gag Reel