Because he is a master of illusion himself, Stanley (Colin Firth) is the best person to debunk Sophie's (Emma Stone) claims of psychic powers -- before the young woman swindles a wealthy family. But Sophie's magic may instead have her stealing Stanley's heart.
Why Is Magic in the Moonlight Rated PG-13?
Magic in the Moonlight is rated PG-13 for a brief suggestive comment, and smoking throughout.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Magic in the Moonlight...
Violence: A man berates his coworkers and makes frequent unkind comments to others.
Sexual Content: Brief sexual comments are made, including one about sodomy. A woman questions the faithfulness of her dead husband. An engaged couple kisses. Women wear slightly revealing clothing at work and social events.
Language: The script contains a handful of mild profanities.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Numerous characters smoke throughout the film. Characters drink frequently at home and in social settings. A woman appears to be slightly drunk.
Other: Characters try to deceive others in order to get money. Characters participate in a séance where a woman goes in to a trance while trying to contact the dead.
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Woody Allen tells another romantic story set in France in the movie Midnight In Paris. The writer/director also paint a convincing portrait of a manipulating woman in the film Blue Jasmine. The roaring twenties is the setting for The Great Gatsby as well.