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By Renee Schonfeld, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Lowbrow farce with action, swearing, and partial nudity.

Movie NR 2017 96 minutes
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age 13+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 12+


The movie is fine
age 13+

Hilarious movie has great jokes, swearing, and sexual things.

This is a very funny movie. I'm Surprised it got such bad reviews, I loved it. It's funny from slapstick to a guy running around butt naked, (his butt is shown but nothing else). There is somewhat frequent swearing with d--m, and s--t, and b---h, and one use of f--k. I let my 13 year old daughter watch it and she liked it, although a few of the sayings she shouldn't of heard, and the cusses. But overall, good movie.

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A coming-of-age story about an immature grownup, this film is filled with sight gags about being naked, superficial characters, a very predictable story, and some homilies about cultural intolerance. Naked has a ridiculous premise, an absence of logic, and repetitive scenes that begin to grate well before the movie's midway point. Marlon Wayans, an exuberant fellow willing to go to any lengths to get a laugh -- even in a movie as dumb as this one- - hasn't done himself any favors if he hopes to transition from "comedian" to "actor." Based on a 2000 Swedish movie, Naked hopes to be a naked version of Groundhog Day, the Bill Murray treasure, but lacks the cleverness, irony, and circumspection that defined that film. Not recommended.

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