A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
Some positive messages on acceptance.
Filipino comedy a crass variation on rags-to-riches/The Princess Diaries story.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Crass humor throughout -- including references to masturbation, sex, one-night-stands. In an extended scene, lead character gets a Brazilian wax in which an exaggerated amount of pubic hair is ripped out. A crowd chants "Dry hump him!" while a couple kisses in public. Talk of "boob jobs" and "butt jobs."
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"F--k" used twice. Also: "damn," "hell, "piss." Middle finger gesture. Slang references to sex, masturbations, one-night-stands. Much of the humor involves bodily functions, including passing gas, vomiting when nervous, and defecation.
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Younger sister gets older sister drunk on several shots of alcohol, resulting in older sister dancing and acting foolish in front of business associates at a meeting -- younger sister films it with her phone and posts it on social media, where it goes viral. Alcohol drinking in bars. Champagne drinking. Drinking from red plastic cups at a party.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Entitled is a 2022 Filipino comedy in which a poor woman from the countryside discovers that her estranged father is a rich hotel mogul. Expect a lot of crass comedy throughout -- much of the humor involves bodily functions, including passing gas, vomiting when nervous, and defecation. In an extended scene, the lead character sits down for her first Brazilian wax session and has an exaggerated amount of pubic hair ripped off. Jokes about sex, masturbation, one-night-stands. Lead character's sister gets her drunk on several shots and bottles of booze after an important business function, causing the lead character to dance and act foolish in front of business colleagues. Strong language throughout, including "f--k." 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 is a crass comedy that gives new meaning to the word "sophomoric." The Entitled is a Filipino rags-to-riches/romcom that combines elements of, say, The Princess Diaries with more recent comedies that revel in gross-out humor and sex jokes. Bodily functions, fluids, and hair feature prominently, and it doesn't take long for these attempts at humor to become stale. For instance, the recurring joke of Belinda -- our slovenly and unsophisticated bumpkin from the sticks who must learn how the well-to-do use salad forks and sit for Brazilian wax sessions -- gets a literal stomach-churning anxiety when faced with stressful situations. When bathroom humor doesn't work, it's just gross, and gross is what happens, time and time again.
The best that can be said is that there's a strong supporting cast, but none of that matters when the story is nothing that hasn't been done before in so many different ways. There are no real laughs to be had, and furthermore, after spending most of the movie finding humor in people from "the sticks," there's some attempt to communicate a message of "acceptance" near the end, when Belinda goes back to her hometown and where everyone is poor but at least they're honest. None of it works in the end.
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