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If a woman scorned is a terrifying thing, imagine how much more frightening it would be if the female in question was a superhero! Matt Saunders (Luke Wilson) is about to personally experience this exceptional wrath when he dumps Jenny Johnson (Uma Thurman), aka G-Girl, to peruse a sexual relationship with his coworker Hannah (Anna Faris).
Why Is My Super Ex-Girlfriend Rated PG-13?
My Super Ex-Girlfriend is rated PG-13 for sexual content, crude humor, language and brief nudity.
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Don’t assume this superhero themed movie is kid material. The PG-13 rating is a result of the many adult-oriented sexual jokes, crude remarks, and nudity. (You will note the MPAA description doesn’t even mention the violent content, giving parents a clue about the sexual focus.) Coarse language is frequent, and includes direct slang references for sexual activity. Violence typical of a superhero movie includes guns being fired at people, many physical altercations, and car accidents—one involving a pedestrian. Principal characters are seen drinking socially.
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DVD Release Date: 19 December 2006
My Super Ex-Girlfriend comes to DVD in a flipper disc format (meaning one side features the widescreen presentation and the other contains the full screen version). Bonus extras include deleted scenes, an extended shark sequence and the No Sleep 2 Nite music video by Molly McQueen. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby 5.1), and French and Spanish (Dolby Surround), with English and Spanish subtitles.