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Monte Carlo


Jul 01, 2011

Latest Home Video

Oct 18, 2011

MPAA Rating



Thomas Bezucha


Selena Gomez
Leighton Meester
Katie Cassidy


2011 Twentieth Century Fox

Still shot from the movie: Monte Carlo.

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The budget Paris vacation of three American high school grads gets an unexpected upgrade when Grace (Selena Gomez) is mistaken for a wealthy heiress. Assuming this new identity, she and her friends (Leighton Meester, Katie Cassidy) take advantage of a free trip to Monte Carlo. But their good fortune comes with some bad consequences.

Content Details

Why Is Monte Carlo Rated PG?

Monte Carlo is rated PG for brief mild language.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Monte Carlo...

Violence: A girl slaps a boy across the face. Characters lie about their identities. One person steals a flower from a street vendor. Several characters tie up a woman. Girls argue briefly.

Sexual Content: Characters are seen on the beach in bikinis. A partially naked woman is seen in a painting. A girl comments on another’s revealing clothing. Couples kiss briefly.

Language: Brief mild profanities are included in the script along with one mildly rude hand gesture.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink at social events on several occasions. A reference is made to a liquor commercial.

Other: Characters walk along a ledge on the outside of a building while attempting to find a way inside. One character repeatedly treats others rudely.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

MB G Mature Theme.

Canadian Home Video Rating: G

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Details on home video releases of Monte Carlo...

Home Video Notes: Monte Carlo

Release Date: 18 October 2011

Monte Carlo releases to home video on October 18, 2011

MONTE CARLO on DVD offers:

- Feature Film

- Deleted Scenes: Meet Madame Valery, Pont Des Arts Bridge, Try on the Dior, Owen Plays Soccer, Owen at Sacre-Coeur, Alicia Confronts Cordelia and Cordelia’s Fate.

- Monte Carlo Match Up

- Ding-Dang Delicious: The Boys of Monte Carlo

- Backstage Pass

- Theatrical Trailer


MONTE CARLO on Blu-ray + Digital Copy includes all of the above, plus:

- Monte Carlo Couture

- Jet Setter’s Dream

- Gossip with the Girls

- Digital Copy “How To”

- Live Extras: Theatrical Trailer, Live Lookup and Digital Copy

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2prtygirls says: Jul. 04, 2011

This is my 2nd attempt at a review.  My previous comments were deleted with some type of reset…beware.  I’d copy if writing much.

My girls and I loved the movie.  They are 6 & 9, as well as my 13 year old niece.  There was a good message sent in the end.  Also, when the boy was slapped, she didn’t know who it was so I think it was appropriate.  I’d want my girls to learn that lesson. 

There is a little romance with a couple of kiss scenes but it is not vulgar or anything.  It’s all classy and appropriate.  I would take them again, but that’s just my opinion.  I loved it!!  5 stars for me!

Rod Gustafson says: Jul. 05, 2011

Sorry 2prtygirls… that was an error on our part that caused you to lose your comments. It’s fixed now. Thanks for letting us know!

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