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Unforgettable [2017] [R] - 7.7.5

 
 

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Unlike the MPAA we do not assign one inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE and PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10, from lowest to highest, depending on quantity and context.

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A man and a woman (Geoff Stults and Rosario Dawson) start a new life together and all is well until his former wife (Katherine Heigl) decides she can't let go of her life with him. Also with Cheryl Ladd, Whitney Cummings, Robert Wisdom, Simon Kassianides and Isabella Kai Rice. Directed by Denise Di Novi. [1:40]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - A woman leads a man to the bathroom in a restaurant, locks the door and kisses him, unbuttons his shirt (we see his bare chest and abdomen), his pants and moves below his waist (oral sex is implied); the woman then pushes the man's head down to between her legs (we see her bare thigh as he lifts her dress and oral sex is implied) and the man lifts the woman onto a table where he thrusts and they moan, knock over a lamp and climax (we see the woman's bare thighs to the hip and cleavage). A woman thrusts on top of a man in a car and we see the action from outside the car, then from inside as she turns his face away from hers; she moves off him and tells him to get out in a downpour (which he does). A woman seated at a table where she is chatting with a man on her computer masturbates (we see her shoulders moving rhythmically and her head drops back when she climaxes.
 A woman removes her robe to step into a bath and we see her bare back, buttocks, legs and the side of her breast. We see photos of a woman wearing a negligee that reveals cleavage and a bare thigh in a few scenes. Women wear low-cut tops and dresses in many scenes throughout the movie that reveal cleavage and bare backs. A pair of lace underwear is shown to a woman in a police interrogation room and she identifies them as hers. We see a portrait of a woman wearing a low-cut dress that reveals deep cleavage. A man is shown shirtless while sleeping in bed and we see his bare chest, shoulders and abdomen.
 A man and a woman are shown lying in bed (sex is implied) as he traces her bare thigh with his fingers, and he kisses her neck and chest; the man is bare-chested and the woman wears a camisole that reveals cleavage. A man and a woman kiss in a kitchen, he tries to reach under her dress and she resists, and he picks her up and carries her to another room as they kiss (sex is implied). A man and woman are shown sleeping in bed together. A man and a woman dance as his ex watches with them and seems angry. A man and a woman hug. A woman caresses a man's face and he takes her hand away.
 A woman talks about her ex-husband's sexual appetite being insatiable. We hear that a woman became pregnant to coerce a man into staying with her. We hear that a woman had an affair outside her marriage.

VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - Two women fight with shoving, hair pulling, kicking and strangling; one woman scratches the other's face and we see bloody gashes, one woman slams the other into a painting and the glass shatters, and one woman is stabbed in the abdomen with a long knife (we see blood on her nightgown). A woman finds an injured man and pulls a knife out of his leg, and then uses it to stab him in the chest killing him (we see blood on the knife blade, then blood spurts on her shirt and cleavage and we see blood on his shirt). A woman finds a man in her kitchen, he approaches her and she picks up the phone to call for help, he hits her, grabs her and shoves her into a cabinet (we see cuts on her face); she slashes him with a knife (no blood is shown), stabs him in the leg (we see blood on his pants), and speeds away in a car. A woman hits a man in the head with a fireplace poker and he falls to the floor unconscious (we see blood on his face and pooling under his head). A woman hits another woman in the leg with a fireplace poker and she falls to the floor and moans. Two women argue, one shoves the other against a wall and she falls down a flight of stairs (we see her with a bruised eye and a cast on her arm later).
 A woman loses sight of a young girl at a crowded fair and panics when she cannot find her. A woman puts duct tape on a man's mouth and binds his hands. A woman has a nightmare that the man sleeping next to her in bed is her ex who was physically abusive to her. A woman hears noises in a house and when she investigates it is a hamster running on its wheel, but she screams when she sees a man outside a window (it's all OK).
 A woman is shown with cuts on her face and badly bruised eye while being questioned in a police station.
 We hear that a 16-year-old girl set fire to her father's house with him still in it (he did not die). A woman cuts her daughter's long hair as a punishment. A woman scolds her adult daughter about her marriage ending. A woman scolds her young daughter about how she is using her cutlery, for listening to another woman instead of her, and later how she is sitting on a horse. We see a scar on a woman's shoulder and on her cheek.
 A suitcase full of clothing opens and tumbles off the roof of a car on a road and the car keeps driving.

PROFANITY 5 - About 5 F-words, 2 sexual references, 2 scatological terms, 2 mild obscenities, name-calling (worthless, Prince Charming, possessive, crazy, weird, psycho Barbie, joke, pathetic), exclamations (I hate you), 6 religious exclamations (e.g. Oh God, Oh My God, My God, Holy [scatological term deleted]). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - Several people in an office setting toasts a woman and drink champagne, several people at a brewery toast with and drink beer, a woman drinks glasses of wine in a few scenes, two women drink margaritas in a restaurant, several people drink wine and a woman drinks a martini at a dinner, a woman says that she is hung over, and a man makes a remark about a woman's father suggesting that he was an alcoholic. A woman smokes an E-cig in her home, a woman opens a pack of cigarettes but does not take any out, and a woman says that she quit smoking.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Starting over, divorce, manipulation, mental illness, obsessive behavior, perfection, jealousy, parenting, chasing dreams, regret, physical abuse, emotional abuse, pity, blame.

MESSAGE - Exes can be problematic in any relationship.

Special Keywords: S7 - V7 - P5 - MPAAR

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