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Grammy Award-winning R&B singer Usher stars in this celebrity vehicle as a DJ with dreams of owning his own recording studio one day. In the meantime he takes a job with a mob boss (Chazz Palminteri), as a bodyguard for his beautiful daughter Dolly (Emmanuelle Chriqui).
Why Is In The Mix Rated PG-13?
In The Mix is rated PG-13 or sexual content, violence and language.
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This film may appear as a light-hearted romantic comedy, but does contain some serious issues such as conflicts that result in gunshots and injured people. One secondary character is presumably killed. Mafia members frequently threaten people, including repeatedly dunking a person under water and later throwing him from a moving car. Sexually, one scene depicts a couple removing the man’s shirt and unbuttoning the woman’s, and another leaves the audience questioning if a romancing pair has sex during the night. A girl’s buttocks are seen at a dance club, and another female’s breasts are nearly exposed in a shower. Profanities, although relatively infrequent, do use a sexual expletive, once clearly and twice more when it is somewhat difficult to understand.
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DVD Release Date: 21 March 2006
Lions Gate Home Entertainment throws into the mix of this DVD release some trailers, a few deleted scenes and a featurette called 25 Days and Not a Minute More. The audio track is available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 and Dolby Digital 2.0), with subtitles in Spanish.