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Lone Star

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age 13+

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age 13+

i rate this title IFFY for age 13+

What to watch out for * Messages: The show inhabits a shades-of-gray world where good people can do bad things, and bad people can do good things. Bob, a con man, wants to help some of the people he’s deceived, but not by being honest. Instead, he tries to put together an even bigger con to make them whole by ripping off a major oil company. And the CEO of the oil company (Bob’s father-in-law) is a decent man who loves his family, but he's also a ruthless businessman who won’t think twice about destroying anyone who crosses him. * Role models: Bob is a con man who makes his living by befriending other people and then stealing their money. He’s good at it, and it’s easy to see how people fall for his good-natured charm. But he’s starting to feel some guilt, and he wants to make amends ... by pulling off another big con. Bob has both a wife and a girlfriend, but he's devoted to them both and turns down invitations for one-night flings. Violence: A few brief scuffles. * Sex: There’s no sex on screen, but the show is still suggestive. Couples are shown in bed, kissing, cuddling, and clearly about to have sex. Women are shown in lingerie or wrapped only in towels and are sometimes filmed from behind as they disrobe. Couples also use flirty innuendo and make it clear that sex is an important part of their relationships. * Language: Not an issue. * Consumerism: Not an issue. * Drinking, drugs, & smoking: Some social drinking at parties; one drunken man instigates a fight.

This title has:

Too much sex