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When Larry Crowne (Tom Hanks) loses his long time job, the middle-aged man tries to reinvent his career by going back to college. Instead the experience reinvents his life as he makes new friends and falls for one of his teachers (Julia Roberts).
Why Is Larry Crowne Rated PG-13?
Larry Crowne is rated PG-13 for brief strong language and some sexual content.
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Violence: A married couple argues.
Sexual Content: A married man’s habit of viewing pornography is discussed from a negative perspective and causes marital discord (we briefly see photos of women in tiny bikinis on a computer screen). A married woman passionately kisses and embraces another man. A woman shows off a tattoo on her lower back.
Language: One sexual expletive is heard. Profanities, crude anatomical and scatological terms are used infrequently.
Drugs/Alcohol: Characters are shown with tobacco pipes in their mouths (no smoke is seen). A character drinks to relieve stress and suffers with a hangover the next day.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Larry Crowne
Release Date: 15 November 2011
Larry Crowne releases to home video on DVD and Blu-ray on November 15, 2011. Bonus extras include:
-The Making of Larry Crowne
-Fun on the Set
On Blu-ray only:
- Pocket Blu