That Awkward Moment [2014] [R] - 7.3.10

 
 

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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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Two friends (Zac Efron and Miles Teller) are determined to stay out of relationships as the marriage of another friend (Michael B. Jordan) is ending. They make a pact to remain girlfriend-free but that's easier said than done when they each meet women that will test their resolve. Also with Imogen Poots, Mackenzie Davis, Jessica Lucas, Addison Timlin and Josh Pais. Directed by Tom Gormican. [1:34]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - A woman is shown on her hands and knees (her top is shown falling off her shoulder, baring cleavage) while a man thrusts behind her (he appears fully nude and we see his bare chest, abdomen, hip and buttock) until they are interrupted by another man; when the other man leaves, the first man grimaces when it is implied that he penetrates the woman again and continues to thrust.
 A man and a woman are shown having sex in bed and we see them kissing and thrusting (we see her bare shoulders, cleavage and chest). A woman comes into a bathroom where a man is and unfastens his pants while asking him to have sex with her; we see them in the shower having sex (we hear moaning) and another man comes in to the bathroom to urinate; when the other man sees them they argue and we see the first man's bare hip as he covers his genitals.
 A man and a woman (married but separated) kiss and move toward a bed in a hospital room (sex is implied); we then see them in the bed and under sheets kissing (his bare chest and abdomen are seen and her bare back, shoulders and side of her bare breast are seen). A man and a woman kiss and fall onto a bed and it is implied that they have sex; we see them later lying in the bed under covers (his bare chest and abdomen are seen and her bare shoulders and upper chest are shown). A man and a woman kiss while lying on a bed; the woman removes her top and we see her bra, cleavage, bare abdomen and back as they kiss; the man stops and she dresses and leaves (they do not have sex). A man and a woman kiss and lean back on a sofa (sex is implied). A woman pulls a man by the shirt into her apartment and they kiss (sex is implied); they are shown later lying in bed and talking (we see his bare chest and abdomen and her bare shoulders).
 A man and a woman kiss. A man is shown wearing a T-shirt and boxer briefs while sitting on a bed as a woman is telling him that she is leaving (sex is implied). A man and a woman hug goodbye. Men and women dance together in a few bar scenes. A man and a woman dance and hold each other. A man and a woman talk and nearly kiss; she kisses him on the cheek and leaves. A man and a woman hug.
 Women wear low-cut tops and dresses that reveal cleavage, bare shoulders and bare backs in several scenes. A man is shown sitting on a toilet in several scenes and his bare thighs and knees are visible. A man wearing a towel around his waist (bare chest, abdomen and shoulders are seen) appears to open the towel in the direction of two other men and they tease him about the color of his genitals. A woman wears a short skirt and lace stockings. A woman's blouse is sheer and we can see the outline of her nipples as well as the waistline of her pants and her bra. We see a painting of a cheerleader on a wall and the woman's legs to the crotch are bare.
 Two men are shown in a sex shop and browsing for a strap on phallus (we see assorted apparatus and S&M costumes). A man wears a strap on phallus to a party that he mistook to be a costume party; the apparatus falls into a woman's drink as he is introduced.
 Two men spend and evening in a bar talking to women and trying to seduce them. A man tells a woman in a bar that he is trying to have sex (using crude terms) before he graduates from high school. A man tells a woman that he thought that she was a hooker after having slept with her and finding boxes of condoms and envelopes with money in her apartment. A wife tells her husband (they are separated) that she has been thinking about him. A man and a woman have an extended conversation about oral sex while in a bar. Two men talk about having sex with women.
 Three men take Viagra tablets and talk about their evening of drinking and having sex with women. A man talks about using self-tanner as a lubricant while self-stimulating and that his genitals have turned orange; two other men tease him. Two men talk about getting their friend a hooker. A man tells his friends that his wife told him that she is having "intense sex" with another man. A man talks about having sex once a week with a girl, but not being aware that they were dating. A reference is made to a "drawer full of condoms." When a man talks in a meeting about women getting excited when they see something, another man blurts out, "A penis." A woman makes a comment about listening to a man's roommate having sex. A man makes a joke about having sex with his girlfriend's grandmother. A man tells another man that his genitals are touching him when they argue in a bathroom and the second man is nude from the waist down (he holds a towel over his genitals).
 Two men talk about not being able to urinate after taking Viagra and still having an erection; we then see them lying across two toilets and we hear the trickles of urine (their bare buttocks, legs, abdomens, backs and shoulders are visible). A man pretends to have an erection by raising a sheet covering his genitals. We see a man and a woman in bed and covered by sheets and the woman talks about whether or not her nipple is showing.

VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A man is hit by a taxi and flips over the hood of the car; we see him recovering in the hospital. Three men argue and one punches another in the face (we see him with a bruise on his cheek).
 A man receives a phone call saying that his girlfriend's father died and we see people grieving at the funeral. A woman tells a man (separated), "I don't love you anymore." A woman panics when she receives a message that her husband (a doctor) "Needs to talk" and she thinks that she is sick, making a reference to her grandmother having had ovarian cancer. A man talks about how he wants to die and the plan includes, "Taking a ton of acid" and driving his car off a bridge and into a river.
 Two men fight playfully over a container of ice cream and a third takes the container and throws it out an open window. Two men argue playfully while playing a video game. A man is shown sitting on a park bench at night and we hear his voice-over explain that he has been there for 4 hours.
 A man is shown sitting on a toilet in several scenes and it is implied that he is defecating. Two men talk about not being able to urinate after taking Viagra and still having an erection (please see the Sex/Nudity category for more details). A man urinates in a bathroom (we hear a trickle) and two other men enter the room and talk to him.

PROFANITY 10 - About 69 F-words and its derivatives (one written in a note, one mouthed and not enunciated), 1 obscene hand gesture, 35 sexual references (1 sexual gesture), 44 scatological terms (3 mild), 25 anatomical terms, 5 mild obscenities, name-calling (idiots, fat teenage girl, manipulative, hooker, prostitute, Captain Attractive, mother sucker, selfish, chick, slumming it, stalker, killer, disgusting, righteous, ad man, girlfriend), 10 religious exclamations (e.g. God Awful, Jesus, Oh My God). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - Three men take Viagra tablets, and a man talks about how he wants to die and the plan includes "taking a ton of acid." A man pours glasses of Scotch for himself and two other men, many people are shown drinking alcohol in many bar scenes, people drink alcohol at a party, a man and a woman drink while talking at her apartment, a woman makes a reference to playing "beer pong," three men drink beer from bottles in a few scenes, three men drink beer while playing video games at an apartment and a woman brings a bottle of Scotch when she stops by, three men and a woman drink Scotch and shots of another alcohol in an apartment, a man and a woman drink wine with a dinner, and people are shown drinking alcohol in a bar.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Relationships, moving forward, moving on, infidelity, spontaneity, love, death of a parent, marriage, dating, tax fraud, breaking up, Viagra, sex without commitment, opportunity, ovarian cancer, disappointment.

MESSAGE - Relationships are hard.

Special Keywords: S7 - V3 - P10 - MPAAR

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