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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
When you're rich, it's hard to distinguish real friends from those after your money. If you want a good friend, be a good friend.
Positive Role Models
Smart and hardworking women are competent at their jobs. The son of a rich dad is idle, lazy, spoiled until beautiful women inspire him to change his ways.
Violence & Scariness
An heir to a tomato fortune has truckloads of tomatoes delivered to his birthday party for a tomato fight. A woman suggests it's in bad taste since so many people are starving. A superior is sexually harassing a younger woman, so friends slip a drug into his coffee.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Men and women kiss passionately. Two friends are discovered in a men's room switching clothing. A man walks in, mistakenly assumes they are about to have sex. A father finds his son and a woman making love in a fountain full of tomato sauce; no nudity is seen. A man wakes up, finds a woman in his bed; implication is they had sex but he doesn't know her name. A female police officer stops a wealthy young man for speeding, lets him go after aggressively patting him down, caressing his butt suggestively, implying they'd had sex. Someone assumes that Teto has slept with every woman in town. It's suggested that a young man in his 20s is a virgin. Trying to escape a superior making unwanted advances, a woman passionately kisses a complete stranger.
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"F--k," "s--t," "suck," "ass," "screw," and "hell."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Characters put knockout drops in someone's drink.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Rich in Love (Ricos de Amor) is a Brazilian romantic comedy (with English subtitles) in which a good-for-nothing son of a wealthy mogul switches identities with a poor friend to find out how people really feel about him. The son has a reputation for sleeping with lots of women, but there's no nudity. A man wakes up and finds a woman in his bed. The implication is they had sex the night before, but he doesn't know the woman's name. A female police officer stops a wealthy young man for speeding, but lets him go after aggressively patting him down and caressing his butt suggestively, implying they'd had sex. Language includes "f--k," "s--t," "ass," and "hell." A supervisor sexually harasses his subordinate at work. Friends drop knockout drops in his coffee, hoping he'll stop bothering the woman. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
This Brazilian romcom is not special or memorable. There's absolutely nothing original about Rich in Love, not the concept of telling lies to get at the truth, not the pretending to be poor in order to find one's place in the world, nor the transformation of a selfish, spoiled rich kid finding his purpose when he finally notices all the suffering, deprivation, and need around him. And given how little we see of any decency or empathy in Teto, it feels like a sure bet that the dedicated, smart, and caring women who supposedly inspire him to do better probably wouldn't have that much influence on him if they weren't beautiful. The movie is a cliché from start to finish, and there's scarcely a character worth caring about.
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