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When Playboy bunny Shelley Darlington (Anna Faris) finds herself thrown out of the Hefner Mansion (Hugh has a cameo in the film), she has to find another home. Offered the role of housemother for a motley assortment of sorority sisters, the flamboyant fluff ball determines to makeover the girls of Zeta Alpha Zeta by teaching them everything she knows.
Why Is The House Bunny Rated PG-13?
The House Bunny is rated PG-13 for sex-related humor, partial nudity and brief strong language.
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A minimum of material is used to make most of the outfits worn in this movie. Skimpy tops and short shorts are among the clothes donned by the women in this film in order to catch the attention of the male characters. Sexual jokes make up much of the script and center around an unsolicited sexual favor, prostitutes, buttock nudity, the loss of virginity, and awkward advances made by the unpopular college girls. Innuendos include crass references to male and female anatomy, homosexuality, and activities at the Playboy Mansion. The depiction of a pregnant college student, comments about sexual activity and blatant enticements are also played for laughs. Girls punch one another in the chest and a woman aggressively pinches a man’s nipples. One character bites another on the shoulder. Crude slang, vulgarities and profanities (including an extreme sexual expletive) are used. Scenes of drinking at parties and in clubs are also seen. A woman has her legs severely burned by steam.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: The House Bunny
Release Date: 19 December 2008
The House Bunny hops onto DVD and Blu-ray with the following fluff: deleted scenes, a music video by Katharine McPhee (I Know What Boys Like), and behind the scenes featurettes. Fans of the film can now check out The Girls Upstairs, Look Who Dropped By (stars who showed up on-set), Zetas Transformed, House Bunny Style, Colin Hanks: Mr. Nice Guy, Getting Ready for a Party, Anna Faris: House Mom, The Girls of Zeta, Calendar Girls, and House Bunny Memories, along with at look at the onset experiences of first-time actors Tyson Ritter and Katharine McPhee.