Why is Legally Blonde 2 Rated PG-13?

Why is Legally Blonde 2 Rated PG-13?

The MPAA rated Legally Blonde 2: Red, White And Blonde PG-13 for some sex-related humor.

Is Legally Blonde 2 as good?

Considered independently from the first film, Legally Blonde 2 is as entertaining, fun and good-natured as any bit of teen-fluff around. But knowing just how enjoyable the original was, it feels as if the hugely talented Witherspoon dazzles away as best she can with a script that is simply not funny enough.

Is Legally Blonde 2 for kids?

While there is nothing scary or violent in this movie, due to its content it is not recommended for children under 8. Children 8-13 should be okay to see this movie with some parental guidance. Children over 13 should be okay with or without parental guidance depending on parentsu2019 interpretation of the content.

Is Legally Blonde 2 inappropriate?

Parents need to know that Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, and Blonde is a 2003 sequel in which a blonde sorority girl who found a way to succeed while attending Harvard Law School now must find a way to make it on Capitol Hill. This movie has some sexual references, including a plot development involving gay dogs.

Is Legally Blonde suitable for 10 year old?

As much of the language is not child-friendly, we recommend this movie for kids aged 12 and over.

Is there Legally Blonde 3?

According to Variety, Legally Blonde 3 is set to release in theaters on May 20, 2022 (should everything go as planned), which the original cast confirmed in a reunion video.

Is Legally Blonde kid friendly?

If you’re looking for a show for the entire family to see, “Legally Blonde” is your pick. We recommend the show for ages 10 and up, so take your older kids to enjoy a “retro” rom-com that never gets old.

Is Legally Blonde Rated PG?

Legally Blonde [2001] [PG-13] – 4.3.

What age rating is Legally Blonde?

Legally Blonde [2001] [PG-13] – 4.3.

Is there inappropriate scenes in Legally Blonde?

Parents need to know that Legally Blonde is a tongue-in-cheek comedy starring Reese Witherspoon. While it’s clearly a girl-power story in the end, it does have some sexual references and stereotyping. There are references to lap dances, body parts, wet T-shirt contests, and long interludes in the hot tub.

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