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P.S. I Love You | 2007 | PG-13 | - 4.3.5

Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler star as a couple that's just gotten married, when he's diagnosed with an incurable disease. When she becomes a widow and she struggles with coping with grief and with life on her own, she also begins receiving letters left by her dead husband that help her make choices that will allow her to move on with her life. Also with Lisa Kudrow, Gina Gershon, Kathy Bates, Harry Connick, Jr., and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Directed by Richard LaGravenese. [2:06]

SEX/NUDITY 4 - A man and a woman kiss, he picks her up and carries her to bed, we see them later in bed with covers up to their shoulders (it is implied that they have had sex) and they kiss and talk.
 A husband and wife lie in bed together, they kiss and it is implied that they have sex (the scene ends).
 A woman asks several men, one at a time, if they are single, gay and working and then kisses them to see if she wants to spend time with them.
 Several women go to a gay bar where men dance with each other and we see several bare-chested men caressing and holding each other.
 A husband wearing boxer shorts (his bare chest and abdomen are shown) and suspenders dances seductively for his wife, who is lying in bed watching, and he climbs on the bed and they kiss.
 A woman lets her hair down, ties up her blouse (cleavage and bare abdomen are shown), and dances and sings on a stage. A man comes out of the shower with a towel held in front of him (his bare chest, back and buttocks are visible) and a woman sees him (they are both embarrassed). A woman takes off her clothing and stands in her underwear (cleavage, bare abdomen, bare back and bare legs are visible). A woman wears a bra and tights during an extended scene (cleavage, bare back and abdomen and visible). Women wear low-cut tops that reveal cleavage in several scenes.
 A widow imagines her husband is with her and we see them hugging and kissing in a couple of scenes when he is not actually there. A husband and wife kiss. A man and a woman kiss.
 A man asks a woman if she ever thought about him in the nude. A woman looks at a man and says, "You are delicious." A man looks down toward his abdomen and says that he is looking for his testicles. A husband and wife argue about not having sex. A man talks about his fiancée leaving him for a woman and that he went through a "hooker phase." A woman remarks during an argument that "I might as well be a lesbian." A man tells a woman "You're hot." A man makes a comment about a man's endowment. A man makes a comment about a man being a woman now.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 3 - A woman trips over cables on a stage and falls (we see her in the hospital later with a broken and bloody nose, bloody mouth and her ankle is taped).
 A husband and wife argue in several scenes and make hurtful remarks toward each other. Two women argue about the way one of them is treating her husband and the other woman loses her job over the argument.
 While doing a striptease a man's suspender clip breaks and strikes him in the eye (no injury is shown, although he complains about pain). A woman stubs her toe on a bed and complains about the pain. A woman has a bruise on her head.
 A woman cries and says, "I'm trying to figure out why God killed my husband." We hear that a man died from a brain tumor. A man tells a woman that he buried his dead dog in a stereo box. A woman talks about her husband having left her when her child was very young. A man and a woman discuss a woman's techniques for evaluating men and he indicates that they are crude and offensive.
 Three women are stuck in a rowboat without oars, in the middle of a large lake, and they panic and scream for help (they are eventually rescued). In a movie a woman drives her car into a tree (it seems like she is trying to kill herself and possibly her passenger).
 A widow carries her husband's ashes in a box in several scenes. A woman appears to be very drunk and vomits on a man (we hear gagging and a "splat").


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LANGUAGE 5 - 1 F-word, 3 sexual references, 8 scatological terms, 11 anatomical terms, 12 mild obscenities, 2 derogatory terms for homosexuals, name-calling (tyrant, idiot, brat, vulgar), 1 religious profanity, 4 religious exclamations.


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SUBSTANCE USE - People are shown drinking shots of alcohol at a wake, people drink alcohol in a pub scene, people drink alcohol in a bar scene, people drink wine with dinner, a woman appears to be very drunk, a young woman asks a woman, "Are you drunk?" and she answers that she is not and the young woman asks, "Do you wanna' be?"


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Death of a spouse, Love, marriage, having children, friendship, jealousy, disappointment, planning one's life, living one's life to the fullest, regrets, grief, guilt.

MESSAGE - We are never really completely alone. Never take your loved ones for granted.

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