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It is anything but a holiday when Jack's (Adam Sandler) twin sister Jill (also Adam Sandler) comes for Thanksgiving. And the situation gets worse when she decides to prolong her visit indefinitely.
Why Is Jack and Jill Rated PG?
Jack and Jill is rated PG for crude material including suggestive references, language, comic violence and brief smoking.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Jack and Jill...
Violence: Characters are repeatedly hit with objects. A character slaps herself and is punched by a child. Sibling rivalry includes unkind remarks and some physical slapstick violence. A character causes property damage.
Sexual Content: Naked baby buttocks are seen. An adult woman asks her brother to climb into bed with her. Later she waits in the bathroom when he comes out of the shower. Low cut clothing and swimwear reveal female cleavage. Characters scratch their crotches. A man looks up a woman’s skirt. A man pinches a woman’s buttocks. A man grabs women’s chests. Another character presses himself against a woman while teaching her to bat. A married couple is shown in bed together.
Language: The script contains mild profanities, sexual innuendo, some sexual dialogue and rude name-calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use : While under stress a man guzzles a medicinal product. Characters, including a pet bird, consume alcohol. One person drinks to excess. Brief smoking is shown.
Other: Frequent flatulence jokes and bathroom humor are included.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Jack and Jill...
Home Video Notes: Jack and Jill
Release Date: 6 March 2012
Jack and Jill releases to home video on DVD and as a Combo Pack (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy). Both packages include:
- Here Comes Jill
- Laughing is Contagious
- Look Who Stopped By
- Boys Will Be Girls
The Blu-ray edition of Jack and Jill also offers:
- Stomach Ache
- Don’t Call It a Boat-Royal Caribbean