A former drug dealer (Ja Rule) finds a good reason to stay on the right side of the law after he meets the beautiful (but Christian) Vanessa (Adrienne Bailon).
Why Is I’m In Love With A Church Girl Rated PG?
I’m In Love With A Church Girl is rated PG for thematic elements, a scene of violence, some suggestive content and brief language.
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Violence: Characters engage in reckless driving and later a character is injured in a serious car accident. A man pulls out a gun to stop an altercation between a group of men. A man lies, yells and tries to deceive a girl’s parents. Characters discuss some of their past criminal activities.
Sexual Content: A couple kisses. Women in a nightclub make suggestive advances toward men. A man quotes Bible verses as a way to get a woman to sleep with him.
Language: The script contains brief language, including a man who speaks disrespectfully to Christian Deity while praying.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Much of the script centers on Miles’ past as a drug dealer. However he never faces any criminal punishment. Some scenes take place inside a nightclub where drinks are served. Characters are shown with alcohol.
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I’m in Love With a Church Girl releases to home video on January 14, 2014.