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Once a soccer star, George (Gerard Butler) now finds himself with burnt out dreams and a broken marriage. When he decides to coach his son's (Noah Lomax) soccer team, he also hopes to get his life back in the game.
Why Is Playing For Keeps Rated PG-13?
Playing For Keeps is rated PG-13 for some sexual situations, language and a brief intense image.
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Violence: Two men engage in a sideline scuffle when one shows up during a soccer game with revealing pictures. A man is jailed for drunk driving. Clips from a monster movie include some blood, gore and brief jump scenes.
Sexual Content: A girl says her father sleeps in the maid’s room. Women throw themselves at a single man showing up at his house or inviting him to their place of employment. It is implied that a man sleeps with at least two different women from the soccer team. A married woman undresses in the coach’s bedroom and is shown wearing only her underwear. A man points out his mistress at a house party. Different couples kiss on several occasions.
Language: The script contains profanities, terms of Deity, scatological slang and a crude British sexual term.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink on numerous occasions at home or in social settings. A man is jailed after drinking too much. A woman guzzles a beer at a restaurant.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Home Video Notes: Playing For Keeps
Release Date: 5 March 2013
Playing For Keeps releases to home video with the following extras:
- Deleted Scenes Stacie Lectures George
- The Playbook (making-of)
- Creating An All-Star Team: The Cast of Playing For Keeps