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Table 19 | 2017 | PG-13 | - 5.2.5

When a woman's (Anna Kendrick) boyfriend of 2 years (Wyatt Russell) breaks up with her, she is taken out of the bridal party of her oldest friend. Now she has to try to make the best of the situation, while seeing her ex with another woman and being seated with the undesirable invitees at table 19. Also with Stephen Merchant, Amanda Crew, Lisa Kudrow, Maria Thayer, Craig Robinson, Tony Revolori, June Squibb and Thomas Cocquerel. Directed by Jeffrey Blitz. [1:27]

SEX/NUDITY 5 - A wife stands in a shower (we see her upper chest); her husband joins her (we see his bare shoulders and side) and they kiss passionately and sex is implied.
 A woman kisses a man passionately at a wedding reception. A man and a woman kiss on a stage at a wedding reception. A man and a woman kiss and hug.
 A man and a woman dance close together at a wedding reception; they twirl and hold each other (causing another man to be jealous). Men and women dance together in several wedding reception scenes. A groom lifts his bride in the air while dancing.
 A teenage boy pulls out and drops a box of condoms and shows them to a woman as she walks by with another man; she tells the teen, "Maybe in a couple of years."
 A man and a woman walk together in a hotel hallway and the man tells the woman, "Let me know when you want to start the intercourse," and she says ,"No." A woman is described as a nymphomaniac and a teenage boy approaches her (hoping for sex), and she says, "No." A teenage boy asks a teenage girl if she would like to dance and she says no. A man asks about hiring a prostitute (we do not see this happen). A teenage boy approaches a teenage girl and describes the size of his genitals; she and a man at the table are shocked and the man threatens to call the boy's mother. A woman talks to her teenage son over the telephone in a few scenes and makes reference to sexual prowess, genital size and when she and the boy's father had sex. A woman tells her teenage son that he has a better chance of finding someone to have sex with at a wedding because the women there will be emotional and drunk. An official says, "You may kiss," to a man and a woman during a wedding. A woman jokes about a man knowing where to put his hands. A teenage boy introduces himself to a woman and tells her, "I have reached puberty." A wife tells her husband that she wanted to have an affair with another man (she did not). A husband talks about how his wife lost her virginity. A woman talks about the last time she and her husband had sex. A man talks about his roommate having a smiley face tattooed on the end of his penis and that it looks like it is "vomiting sunshine" when he urinates. A man talks about another man washing his own testicles using the first man's washcloth.
 We see a fully nude man from the back twice (we see his bare back and buttocks) as he climbs a bunk bed ladder and another man is seated in the lower bunk (they are roommates in a halfway house). A woman wears a low-cut T-shirt that reveals cleavage. Women wear low-cut and strapless dresses at a wedding that reveal cleavage, bare upper backs and shoulders. We see a photo of a woman wearing a bikini on a cellphone screen after a teenage boy searched for a celebrity's breasts. A woman is shown wearing a full slip that reveals cleavage and bare shoulders.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 2 - A man and a woman argue in several scenes. A man and a woman argue about her being pregnant and the man's reaction when she first told him.
 A teenage boy talks about his father being dead and that he hardly knew him. A man says that he wants to teach another man a lesson. A woman sets a wedding invitation on fire using a lighter, and then blows it out in a panic. A man bumps a table several times causing glasses to clank together. A teenage boy falls back off a log and onto the ground (he appears uninjured). A man slips and falls on a hillside (he does not appear harmed). A teenage boy says hello to a teenage girl and fall on the floor (he thinks there is a chair behind him). A man talks about people almost always letting you down. A man says to a woman, "I disappoint you." A man talks about having stolen a large sum of money from his uncle. A man talks about his roommate having a smiley face tattooed on the end of his penis and that it looks like it is "vomiting sunshine" when he urinates. A man talks about another man washing his own testicles using the first man's washcloth.
 A woman drops a live microphone of a stage after singing a song. A woman runs into a multi-layer wedding cake and knocks it off a table; a man tries to save it and several people around him end up covered with the cake; they slip and slide on the floor. A woman nearly walks into a multi-layer wedding cake on display at a reception and we see a smudge of frosting on her dress. A woman knocks a tray out of a server's hand and it spills its contents on the floor.
 A woman vomits into a napkin at a wedding reception (we do not see goo). A man talks about not liking hotel bathtubs, and not knowing what had happened in them. A reference is made to someone describing love by defecating on a table.


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LANGUAGE 5 - At least 1 F-word, 2 not fully enunciated F-words ("what the F…"), 3 obscene hand gestures, 7 sexual references, 17 scatological terms, 5 anatomical terms, 2 mild obscenities, name-calling (idiots, selfish, jerk, dummy, crazy, mad, disaster, screw up, worst person, weird, ridiculous, pot head, potter, rotten kids), exclamations (shut-up, wow, oh jeez), 1 religious profanity (GD), 17 religious exclamations (e.g. Glory To God, Oh My God, Jesus Christ, Jesus, God).


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SUBSTANCE USE - A woman lights and smokes marijuana and passes the pipe to others in the room, and a woman holds a marijuana pipe and a lighter while seated in a bathroom stall (she does not smoke). A man guzzles several glasses of champagne at a wedding reception, people at a wedding reception are shown drinking shots of liquor and glasses of wine and champagne in several scenes, a woman talks about talking to a another woman when her bran is made of less liquid, a woman tells her adult son that she is drunk, and people drink from bottles of beer. A man makes a comment about having taken a cigarette break.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Relationships, perfection, disappointment, pregnancy, weddings, marriage, terminal illness, childhood memories, infidelity, dreams, forgiveness, marriage vows.

MESSAGE - The ability to forgive a partner's missteps can save a relationship.

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