How to be a Latin Lover Parent Guide
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How to be a Latin Lover
Rating & Content Info
Why is How to be a Latin Lover rated PG-13? How to be a Latin Lover is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for crude humor, sexual references and gestures, and for brief nudity.
- Non-graphic violence.
- Fist fights and confrontations are depicted.
- Vehicle crashes and reckless driving.
- Sexual references, language and innuendo.
- Implied sexual relationships and adultery.
- Seductive dancing.
- Sexual sounds and gestures.
- Characters are seen in skimpy clothing, bathing suits and underwear.
- Crude content.
- Sexual gestures, rude slang and anatomical terms.
- Mild profanity, terms of deity, scatological slang and name-calling.
Alcohol / Drug Use:
- Tobacco use.
- Drinking, sometimes to excess.
- Medications use.
Page last updated August 15, 2017
News About "How to be a Latin Lover"
Eugenio Derbez may not be a household name in the US, but he’s no stranger to audiences south of the boarder. And that explains why How to Be a Latin Lover beat out Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 at the box office in Mexico on its opening week. The Lover earned $7 million, while Guardians brought in $2.5 million.
This English language film (which does have some Spanish dialogue with English subtitles) also stars Salma Hayek, Rob Lowe, Kristen Bell, Raphael Alejandro, Michael Cera, Rob Corddry, Mckenna Grace, Rob Huebel, Rob Riggle, Raquel Welch and Linda Lavin.
Cast and Crew
How to be a Latin Lover is directed by Ken Marino and stars Eugenio Derbez, Salma Hayek, Rob Lowe.
The most recent home video release of How to be a Latin Lover movie is August 15, 2017. Here are some details…
How to be a Latin Lover release to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- Deleted and Extended Scenes
- “Show Me Your Sexy! Learning How to Be a Latin Lover” Featurette
- “A Little Help from My Friends” Featurette
- Audio Commentary with Director Ken Marino, Producer Ben Odell and Editor John Daigle
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