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Despite all the hype this yearly event gets in American high schools, Prom causes plenty of angst for those doing the asking as well as for those hoping to be asked. And it is no less traumatic for the teens in this film that are looking for the perfect tux, the perfect dress and the perfect date.
Why Is Prom Rated PG?
Prom is rated PG for mild language and a brief fight.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Prom...
Violence: Two students find their way into a school after hours by sneaking through a door that is propped open. They are later pulled over by police and reprimanded. A brief fistfight results in a bloody lip.
Sexual Content: Dating couples kiss on several occasions. Some characters wear short skirts or strapless gowns.
Language: The script includes a handful of terms of Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Prom.
High school prom gets frequent attention in teen-oriented movies. A nerdy senior wants to show up at the prom with a cheerleader on his arm in Napoleon Dynamite. A journalist who missed out on the big dance when she was in high school gets another chance when she goes undercover in Never Been Kissed. Vampires are among those who dress up for the big evening in Twilight.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of Prom...
Prom releases to home video as a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack with the following bonus extras:
- Putting on PROM: Making of Featurette
- Last Chance Lloyd: Exclusive Short Watch Lloydd (Nicholas Braun) repeated attempts to ask a girl to Prom in his heroic quest for the perfect date actually, any date!
- 4 Deleted Scenes (With introductions by producer Justin Springer and director Joe Nussbaum.)
- 7 Music Videos