And that’s precisely what solidifies how bad this movie really is. When the supporting characters are more interesting than the lead character you’re supposed to root for, and the sentiments about grieving and moving on with life seem to be ripped from a Hallmark card, it’s no longer fun, escapist entertainment with a message. It’s just plain painful.


  • Drugs/Alcohol:  Several scenes involve social drinking in bars.
  • Language/Profanity:  There are an assortment of profanities and instances where the Lord’s name is taken in vain strewn throughout
  • Sex/Nudity:  This category is where the bulk of the PG-13 rating comes from. There are several discussions of a frank sexual nature, including one when Holly and her friends go to a gay club. The newly widowed Holly also has a one-night stand with William (his bare bottom is shown in an earlier scene). Holly is also shown in bed with her husband, Gerry, in a few scenes, but nothing too graphic is shown, aside from kissing and a “striptease” played for laughs by Gerry (he’s bare chested and wearing boxers). In an attempt to sexualize Holly, she’s also shown in her bra and scantily clad in quite a few scenes.
  • Violence:  Only of the comedic variety.