Family cultures collide after Lucia Ramirez (America Ferrera) and Marcus Boyd (Lance Gross) announce their intention to marry. Their fathers (Carlos Mencia and Forest Whitaker) seem to have the hardest time accepting the engagement because neither can overlook the couple's color and class differences.
Why Is Our Family Wedding Rated PG-13?
Our Family Wedding is rated PG-13 for some sexual content and brief strong language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Our Family Wedding...
Non-explicit sexual discussions occur a few times during this movie, with talk about premarital sex, pregnancy, and women considering ways their mother might relieve her sexual frustrations. A goat eats a large bottle of Viagra pills, and later the animal is briefly seen thrusting against a man. A couple kisses and embraces on a sofa. A man’s promiscuous sexual behavior is discussed. A bus is seen running over a woman during an imaginary sequence. Men begin to wrestle and fight during a baseball game. A couple throw food at each other in a bakery. Frequent family quarrels are heard. Language includes infrequent profanities, along with a sexual expletive, a crude term for sex and terms of deity. Characters frequently consume alcohol at social events and are seen drinking to relieve stress on two occasions.
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The stress of wedding preparations and having to let go plague a usually mild-mannered man in The Father of the Bride. America Ferrera can also be seen in The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 2.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Our Family Wedding...
Release Date: 13 July 2010
Our Family Wedding releases to DVD and Blu-ray with the following bonus extras:
- Deleted Scenes: Lucia and Miguel Toss the Ball, The Families Meet Gusto; the Families Walk and Talk Outside of Gusto’s on the Street, Marcus Asks Angela to Stand in for His Mother, Angela’s House The Morning After, Brad is Pouring His Heart Out on the Radio andThe Director’s Cut Ending
- Extended Scenes:Police Station: Sonia and Miguel Discuss Lucia and Marcus and Angela Discovers Tipsy #1
- Featurette: Til Dads Do Us Part
- Gag Reel