A warm, very funny British comedy about doing what's best for your family...even if it's getting naked
Though a film about strippers may sound like a raunchy adult comedy, there's much more to this one that makes it close to family friendly with the exception of strong language. The film follows a recently unemployed man who needs money to keep custody of his son. To do so, he gathers together friends and other unemployed men to put on a stripping routine. Upbeat, heartfelt, and very funny, The Full Monty is an unorthodox inspirational tale with a rocking guilty pleasure soundtrack and some great British humor.
Sex: The film is about strippers. A few characters' butts are shown. A woman thinks her husband is cheating on her in one scene. In the end, the characters perform their routine and are seen stripping down to speedos. We see their butts and it is implied the audience sees them fully nude, though the viewers don't. This is actually a surprisingly inspiring, feel-good scene.
Language: Moderately frequent strong language throughout.
Substance Abuse: The protagonist smokes very often. Other characters smoke and drink occasionally.
Intensity: None. The film, as mentioned before, is a very funny, upbeat, feel-good movie with a good message of determination and being happy with who you are. The lead characters are good, friendly men who show that teamwork is sometimes necessary to achieve.