The Game Plan [2007] [PG] - 2.3.0

 
 

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Unlike the MPAA we do not assign one inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE and PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10, from lowest to highest, depending on quantity and context.

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A celebrated quarterback (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) is enjoying life as a committed bachelor, but finds himself thrown into daddy duty when a little girl shows up on his doorstep claiming to be his daughter. After stumbling through a few mistakes that land him on the front pages of the tabloids, he realizes that the most important thing in his life is his daughter. Also with Madison Pettis, Roselyn Sanchez, Kyra Sedgwick, Morris Chestnut and Brian J. White. Directed by Andy Fickman. [1:50]

SEX/NUDITY 2 - A man is bare-chested after a massage and he flexes his pectorals for a woman. A man is shown bare-chested and wearing ballet tights, a man is bare-chested while working out in a couple of scenes, and a man is bare-chested while sitting in a bath of ice. There are several scenes where women wear low-cut dresses and tops that reveal cleavage.
 A man and a woman kiss, and a woman kisses a man on the lips.
 Men and woman dance at a party. A woman smacks a man on the buttocks and admires his muscles while teaching him moves for a dance recital. Several women gather around a man and act flirtatiously.
 A girl pushes a "romance" button on a remote control and the lights dim and romantic music plays.
 A man makes a remark about a woman being a "hotty." A man makes a comment about another man's "man card" missing.
 A man wipes some food off another man's chin and he seems alarmed.

VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A man shoves another man in a couple of scenes.
 A girl has an allergic reaction to nuts, she turns pale, her lips swell and she is sweaty; a man runs her (on foot) to a hospital and she is OK.
 There are several football game scenes that show men being pummeled, thrown and stomped on, and in one scene a man is taken off the field on a stretcher and we hear that he has a pulled shoulder and a broken rib.
 A man accidentally knocks down several girls during ballet practice. A man trips over a doll and falls onto the floor. A man dives into a bathtub to find a girl under a mountain of bubbles (she was not in the tub). A man picks a woman up while practicing dancing and he drops her on the floor (she's OK). A man is blasted with super soakers and water balloons (he is not harmed).
 A man complains about sleeping on a hard sofa and pops his joints and bones (we hear popping). A man shaves his nose hairs and complains of being pinched. A man punches a pillow repeatedly.
 A man drives a car with an 8-year-old girl in the front seat after she told him that the airbag could hurt her. A man and a girl argue and yell at each other. We hear that a woman died in a car accident.
 A girl accidentally presses the blender button causing the contents of the blender to spray out and onto the kitchen cabinets, the floor and a man and the girl. A man makes a shake containing tuna fish and raw eggs, blends it up and drinks it. A woman flatulates.

PROFANITY 0 - 1 mild anatomical term (butt), Name-calling (stupid, mean, idiot). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - People drink alcohol at a few party scenes, and people drink alcohol at a restaurant.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Success, conceit, greed, love, family, fatherhood, death of a parent, loneliness, selfishness, paternity, love for a child, guardianship.

MESSAGE - Sometimes the unexpected things show us what is important in our lives.

Special Keywords: S2 - V3 - P0 - MPAAPG

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