Three to Tango | 1999 | PG-13 | - 5.2.5
Matthew Perry wants to land a lucrative job so he pretends he's gay and agrees to befriend his potential employer's mistress (Neve Campbell) to ensure she's not seeing another man. Also with Dylan McDermott, Oliver Platt, Cylk Cozart, John C. McGinley and Bob Balaban. [1:38]
- Lots of sexual innuendo, including many references to and jokes about genitalia, homosexuality, lesbianism, oral sex, S&M and multiple-partner sex. A man and woman kiss on a couch and a man kisses another. A man tackles another, lies on top of him and comes on to him, but they don't do anything sexual (the scene is both intimate and comical). We see two clothed men in bed together. We see a man in his underwear, a woman beginning to take off her pants as she's ready to shower (her underwear is visible) and a woman's bare shoulders while she's taking a bubble bath. The camera pans a woman's legs while she's lying in bed and we see many shots of cleavage. We see a naked Buddha statue and numerous posters of the backsides of painted nudes (part of the buttocks is always covered with a painted flag).
- A car explodes but no one is hurt. A woman accidentally hits a man in the gut, elbows him in the face, and hits him in his genitals. A woman punches a man and knocks him down. A man vomits and then a woman vomits right beside him.
- 1 F-word, many anatomical references and mild obscenities and a few scatological references and insults.
- Love, sex, relationships, fidelity, extramarital affairs, friendship, sexual orientation, honesty.
- Don't cheat to get ahead, and be honest about who you are.
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