Directed by Paul Weiland. We see several couples hugging, groping one another and kissing passionately. We see a woman in a short nightgown climbing on top of a man trying to convince him to stay, he does not, and we later see the woman lying in bed alone we see her bare thighs, legs and cleavage. We see a woman lying on a man's back. We see a woman lying in bed with her boyfriend he is bare-chested and she wears a short, low-cut nightgown that shows cleavage and bare thighs.
A man gets in bed with a woman and wraps his arms around her he is fully dressed and she is in her pajamas ; she resists him he has her confused with someone else. In several scenes we see a man's bare chest.
We see several men wearing kilts and one man's kilt is so short we see his underwear and several of the men are seen pulling up their kilts and showing their hairy legs. A man showers in a locker room, we see his bare chest and several men stop, stare and make comments regarding his endowment one says "it is a monster thing". A woman's dress rips and we see her bare stomach.
We see a woman trying on lingerie and pulling on hosiery through a thin curtain we see her modeling the lingerie and slapping a leather whip in her palm, but we do not see any nudity. We see a woman nude on the front of a magazine she covers her breasts with her hand and nothing else is visible.
We see several nude male and female sculptures in a museum, and a close-up of one showing male genitalia. A man and a woman walk through a lingerie department in a store and we see several store mannequins dressed in lingerie. A woman playfully spanks a man's behind. We see men and women dancing closely with their arms around each other.
A group of men joke in crude terms about pornography, masturbating, having sex, sleeping with different girls every night and sleeping around. A woman bends over in front of a sculpture, and her head is in a position and moving in a way that it looks as if she is performing oral sex she explains that she is "working on his balls".
A man is told to put his "whoring" to good use. A woman reprimands a man for sleeping with her maid. A man dressed as Bill Clinton makes several references to "Monica Lewinsky" and makes several sexually suggestive remarks ex: A reference is made to a man having "sport sex," and it being better than regular sex. A man goes into a woman's dorm and states that it is "time for some action.
A man tells a woman that he can see through her nightgown we do not see anything. A woman is angry and pushes a man and woman out of her way. A woman hits a man in the head with a pillow. A man hits another man repeatedly with a towel. A man riding a horse is struck repeatedly by tree branches, and he is thrown and lands hard on the ground we do not see any blood, but he's knocked unconscious.
A man is said to have killed everything they were eating for dinner by himself, several animal heads are hanging around the room and a large deer head is used as a table decoration.
LANGUAGE 5 - 1 F-word, 1 obscene hand gesture, 2 sexual references, 9 scatological terms, 13 anatomical terms, 2 mild obscenities, name-calling psycho-blogger, emotionally retarded, tiny shorts guy, the fornicator , a woman with a heavy accent says the name "Athole" several times, a song contains a derogatory term for African-Americans, 1 religious exclamation.
SUBSTANCE USE - We see a woman who is heavily intoxicated sitting in bed beckoning a man to come join her and we see her vomit into her own purse, in several party and dinner scenes we see people drinking mixed drinks, a woman is seen drinking champagne on a plane, a man drinks a beer while walking down a street, a man states that his wife is as "drunk as the day I met her," and a man's family owns a whisky distillery and we hear talk of drinking whiskey.
A man savors the smell of a cigar. You can spend a lifetime searching for something that you had all along. CAVEATS Be aware that while we do our best to avoid spoilers it is impossible to disguise all details and some may reveal crucial plot elements. Our ratings and reviews are based on the theatrically-released versions of films; on video there are often Unrated, Special, Director's Cut or Extended versions, usually accurately labelled but sometimes mislabeled released that contain additional content, which we did not review.