My Super Ex-Girlfriend [2006] [PG-13] - 7.6.4

 
 

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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 man (Luke Wilson) down on his luck with love meets a woman (Uma Thurman) on the subway and after he retrieves her purse from a would-be snatcher invites her to dinner. They begin dating and although she is beautiful and a superhero to boot she is also overbearing and neurotic. When he decides to end it she decides to avenge herself by using her super powers to make his life miserable. Also with Anna Faris, Eddie Izzard and Wanda Sykes. Directed by Ivan Reitman. [1:50]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - A woman with super powers grabs a man and flies high into the air with him, kisses him, unzips his pants, wraps herself around him and thrusts while flying; she then moans loudly and climaxes.
 A woman with her legs wrapped around a man kisses him, she removes his coat, kisses his neck, unbuttons her blouse, tears off his shirt and pants, and they get in bed and kiss; she then rolls on top of him and thrusts violently (please see the Violence/Gore category for more details), and they moan until she climaxes.
 A man and a woman with super powers have sex and she thrusts violently on top of him (please see the Violence/Gore category for more details).
 A man and a woman kiss passionately, they fall off a sofa, we see them in bed rolling and kissing, and they lie together in bed after sex. A man and a woman kiss, and the woman critiques the man's tongue skills. A man and a woman kiss in several scenes. A woman sucks a splinter out of a man's finger and the act appears sexual in nature.
 A young woman and a young man (he's high school age) kiss in the back seat of a car and we are told that they try to have sex but he is unable to unfasten his pants and then they are interrupted.
 A woman with super powers runs through a meeting room causing a strong wind that blows the clothes off one man, who then stands nude (we see his bare back, buttocks and legs) in front of the other people in the room. A young woman's breasts enlarge after she is affected by radiation that's emitting from a comet. We see sculptures of nude women with visible bare breasts. A woman shows a man an underwear ad in a magazine that features a bare-chested man in boxers. A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage.
 A woman changes clothes off-screen, and returns wearing a slinky dress and stockings (part of her bare thigh and the stocking tops are visible) and a man admires her.
 A man ogles a woman as she works out. A man admires a woman's clothed buttocks in several scenes. Two men admire a woman on a subway train, and one approaches her and asks her on a date.
 A man talks about wishing that he had the power to satisfy himself orally. A man makes crude sexual remarks about women in several scenes. A man tells another man about the sex he had with his girlfriend. A man talks about different types of women who are sexually aggressive. A woman tells a man that she thinks that she is good at sex. A man asks another man if he is going to sleep with his date. We hear that a man was cheating on his girlfriend with several other women. A woman accuses a man of sexually harassing another woman in their office. Two men discuss what they think the "G" stands for in "G-Girl" (a female superhero's name) and one makes a sexual reference. A woman talks about her ex-boyfriend giving her "multiple..." (she is interrupted before completing the phrase). A woman talks about her boyfriend having to do a "thong shoot."
 A woman gently kicks a man in the buttocks while he is under her desk and he grabs her stocking covered leg. A man and a woman hug.

VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - A woman with super powers throws a live shark through the window of an apartment; the shark snaps its teeth, nearly biting a man and a woman, and then flips out of another window and crashes onto a car below (we hear the thud and crunch but do not see anything).
 Two superheroes fight: they spin around in the air, one is thrown into a car crushing it, one is thrown through a billboard, one is hit by a light pole and one throws a car (with a passenger inside) at the other.
 A saw blade flies off a saw, ricochets around a room and lodges in a man's chest (he falls back into a chair but seems OK otherwise; no blood is visible).
 A comet flies through the sky and crashes in thick woods, and a young woman and a young man investigate: the rock that they find appears molten, the young woman touches it, it explodes and throws them both through the air, the young woman's hands then begin to glow, she hovers in the air, her breasts enlarge, her braces pop off of her teeth and her hair changes color.
 In anger a woman with super powers twists a large knife blade, slams her head into a refrigerator denting the door, boils water in a fish bowl where a fish swims (the fish is saved), throws vegetables at a man, blows the man into a wall of bookshelves, and then flies out, through the ceiling, breaking a large hole in it.
 We hear that a missile is on course to crash into a heavily populated area, we hear that there are reports of looting, people panic, and we see cars crashing into each other in the street; the missile is diverted and it explodes in the air. The top floor of an apartment building is engulfed in flames, people gather on the street below and the flames are extinguished.
 A large boulder glows and causes a woman to go limp: her hair changes color and she becomes weak, the boulder then explodes throwing other people through the air and one woman breaks through a sky light and is presumed dead.
 A man is tied with a rope around his ankle and hung from the torch of the Statue of Liberty; the knot loosens, he falls and is caught by a superhero before hitting the ground. A woman with super powers burns an obscene word on a man's forehead using lasers that shoot from her eyes.
 Four men fight with punches and kicks, and with shoving. Two women fight by shoving and grabbing each other's throats. A man is grabbed by two men and shoved into a car where he is slapped in the face several times while being interrogated. A man shoves a woman to the floor (she's OK).
 A car with several robbers in it is lifted off the street and dropped back down in front of a police station; the men in the car get out and begin shooting at police, and a woman is struck several times -- she is a superhero and we see holes open in her clothing but she is not hurt; she then grabs a gun away from a man after hitting him and twists the gun out of shape.
 During sex a woman with super powers thrusts violently causing the bed to slam into the wall repeatedly, and the man complains of pain (the bed breaks). During sex a woman with super powers thrusts violently causing the bed to slam into the wall repeatedly and eventually the bed crashes through the wall and into a neighboring apartment. While a man and a female superhero have sex in mid-air they begin to plummet toward the ground, veering just before crashing into a busy street.
 Several men with guns rob a jewelry store: one robber hits a man and knocks him to the ground, the robbers break the glass cases and take the jewels, and they run out of the store and speed away in a waiting car. A man steals a woman's purse and runs, another man chases him, and the first man is nearly struck by a car and drops the bag.
 A man with a metal pipe threatens another man who runs and hides in a dumpster; we hear a noise and when the man comes out we see the other man dangling from a fire escape.
 A woman is struck by a car and thrown into the air, and she lands hard in a pile of garbage on the sidewalk (she is a superhero and is uninjured). A woman with super powers crashes through a roof and ceiling into a man's apartment. A woman with super powers punches a car window and breaks it when she becomes angry. A little girl is nearly struck by a car when she steps into a street.
 A man imagines a woman carrying a chainsaw and threatening him with it. A woman threatens to shove a chainsaw into a man's private parts. A woman talks about saving a man before he was squashed like a bug on a windshield.
 A sculpture depicts a woman being passed out of an animal's (looks like a deer) anus.

PROFANITY 4 - 1 obscene hand gesture, 17 sexual references, 9 scatological terms, 10 anatomical terms, 15 mild obscenities, name-calling (crazy, geek, nerd, idiot), 2 religious profanities, 8 religious exclamations. [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - People drink alcohol in several bar scenes, a man and a woman drink wine at dinner, a man and a woman drink champagne, and a man drinks wine.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Love, obsession, superheroes, neuroses, sexual harassment, villains, broken hearts, friendship, disappointment, self-respect, jealousy, grudges, infidelity, trust, secrets, the film "The Crying Game," second chances.

MESSAGE - Superheroes have feelings too.

Special Keywords: S7 - V6 - P4 - MPAAPG-13

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