What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the version of this movie on video includes even raunchier scenes deleted before theatrical release in order to get an R rating. The unrated version released on the video would have been likely to receive an NC-17 rating from the MPAA, and parents might want to view it themselves before allowing their children or teenagers to watch it, even if they saw it in the theater. There's foul language, crude humor, nudity, sexual situations, and a character who does drugs to hide his sensitivity.
- Families can talk about the appeal of raunchy comedies such as this one. Do characters and plot matter, or are the jokes the most important part?