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Parent reviews for The Big Wedding

Common Sense says

Award-winning actors wasted in forgettable, racy comedy.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 17+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 15+
Based on 4 reviews
Parent Written byDan G. April 30, 2013

Way too much explicit sex and language for children of any age

It's no surprise this is rated R. This movie is full of explicit irresponsible sexual behavior, nudity, endorsement of casual sex, homosexuality, and adultery. The language is repeatedly peppered with the worst langugage that one could use. And unless you are raising your children to be atheists, you won't appreciate the deprecation of God to just another 'Wizard of Oz', a fool behind a curtain that does not really matter. This movie's message is clearly, 'There is no God, and the pursuit of selfish sexual pleasure is the answer to fulfillment.'

This title contains:

Violence & scariness
Sexy stuff
Language
Consumerism
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adult Written byjoshua martinez August 23, 2013

15 and up.

this comedy movie The Big Wedding is a disappointing movie about sex talk and silly humor stars with your familiar actors Diane Keaton, Robert De Niro, Amanda Seyfried, Ben Barnes, Susan Sarandon, Katherine Heigl, Topher Grace with that being said this comedy movie is best left for your older teens and parents this comedy movie has a lot of sexual content and brief nudity shown The very first scene includes a discussion of oral sex and a man about to perform it on his dressed (except for her underwear) partner. A 29-year-old doctor is a virgin who wants to save himself for someone special but then is easily seduced by a Colombian woman who strips to skinny dip with him (she's shown from the back). She also fondles him at the dinner table. Premarital sex is discussed in front of a priest. The entire family discusses their mother's discovery of tantric sex and her "9-hour orgasm. Two loud sex scenes include exes who do it for old times' sake and a virgin who promptly wants to do it again after his first time. Parents discuss adultery, and another set of parents talks about bisexuality and having an open marriage. Discussion of medical sexual aids (i.e. pills) characters used strong language throughout the movie and characters are shown drinking overall besides the sexual content and silly humor the movie does have a positive message about the importance of family.

This title contains:

Positive Messages
Sexy stuff
Language
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking