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The Longest Yard


May 26, 2005

Latest Home Video

Sep 19, 2005

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Adam Sandler
Chris Rock
Bert Reynolds


2005 Paramount Pictures

Still shot from the movie: The Longest Yard.

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After a disgraced NFL quarterback (Adam Sandler) is incarcerated, he finds himself on the institution's football field playing against a team of prison guards. It's a grudge match where the object of the game is more about settling the score than getting on the scoreboard.

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Why Is The Longest Yard Rated PG-13?

The Longest Yard is rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, violence, language and drug references

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Canadian Movie Ratings

14A Coarse language; Violence
AB 14A Coarse Language
MB PG Not Recommended for Young Children. Language May Offend. Violence.
ON PG Mature Theme. Not Recommended for Children.
Not Rated

Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A

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Details on home video releases of The Longest Yard...

DVD Release Date: 20 September 2005
Paramount Home Video presents The Longest Yard in either wide or full screen. Both versions allow you to watch the grandstanding team while listening to commentary by Director Peter Segal, or get into the moviemaker’s huddle and hear the rational behind the deleted, extended and alternate scenes. (You may exercise your options and play this cut footage without the commentary if you choose.) For an extra point, the DVD kicks in the music video, Errtime (by Nelly). Closed-captioning is also provided.

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