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Miss March

A lot can happen in four years, or so Eugene (Zach Cregger) discovers when he awakes from a coma and discovers the love of his life is now a pin-up girl. Horrified, Eugene enlists the help of a friend (Trevor Moore) to travel with him so he can try to win back Miss March (Raquel Alessi). Get the movie review and more. »


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Run Time: 94
Theater Release: 13 Mar 2009
Video Release: 28 Jul 2009
MPAA Rating: R
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MPAA Rating (United States)

Miss March is rated R R for strong crude and sexual content, nudity, pervasive language and some drug use.

Canadian Movie Ratings

CMPDA (Canadian Home Video)

Rated 18A

Maritime Provinces Movie Ratings

Rated 18A --

Quebec Movie Ratings

Rated 13+ -- Eroticism, Vulgar Language.

Ontario Movie Ratings

Rated 14A -- Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Crude Content.

Manitoba Movie Ratings

Rated 18A -- Crude Content, Sexual Content, Coarse Language.

Saskatchewan Movie Ratings

Rated 18A -- Frequent Coarse Language, Sexual Content.

Alberta Movie Ratings

Rated 18A -- Coarse Language, Crude Content, Sexual Content.

British Columbia Movie Ratings

Rated 18A -- Frequent Coarse Language, Sexual Content.

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