Me Time

Movie review by Jennifer Green, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 15+

Raunchy buddy comedy has language, drinking, sex.

R 2022 104 minutes

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 6 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 8 reviews

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age 18+
I've only made it quarter way through because I don't understand why a donkeys giant penis is mentioned randomly to the kids and then shown to them. Also why does the daughter have to be bought into the scene where dad is masterbating even though I know little girl isn't really a witness to it , it just anit right. And then all the talk about strippers wanking etc etc at primary school. And we just think this is ok and normal and don't see past what hollywood is trying to really do here.
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age 18+

Skip it!!!

Movie had strip club scenes, lots of masturbation references (repeatedly asking somebody where they masturbate, close ups of tissues and lotion, etc), 'donkey show' photos, Mark Wahlberg's naked butt, etc. Not just cuss words, but crass references to t*tties, p*ssy, etc. Overall just a terrible movie. Funny that Netflix won't let you rate Netflix-produced movies.... : /
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