• Movie Filter - The Five-Year Engagement - Date: 9/7/2012
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Homosexual/Lesbian Characters,
    Implied Premarital Sex,
    Revealing Clothing,
    Some Suggestive Dialogue,
    Non-Graphic Injury/Wound,
    Alcohol Consumption,
    Bar/Club Environment,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
  • Starring
    Jason Segel
    Emily Blunt
    Chris Pratt
    Alison Brie
    Lauren Weedman
    Mimi Kennedy
    David Paymer
    Jacki Weaver
    Jim Piddock
    Eric Scott Cooper

  • The Five-Year Engagement

    After one blissful year of dating Violet and Tom get engaged and immediately start planning their wedding with romantic eagerness. But job opportunities, location changes and fights keep them from tying the knot when they want to. Will their nuptials ever succeed?

    ClearPlay in Action!

    Oh dear but ClearPlay did a lot for this film. Language, profanity and sex aplenty were cut out of this one for us. So yes there will be some choppy parts, but no you won’t be lost with the plot (which just goes to show you how unnecessary all that inappropriateness was). What will be left behind are implications of pre-marital relations as Tom and Violet are already living together and seen in bed talking together. You’ll also get the hint that Tom cheats once on Violet with a co-worker which leads to his losing a toe…thanks to filtering we miss that whole scene so you won’t know how that happened. There are still some bar scenes and other implied premarital sex which results in a pregnancy out of wedlock. Even with filters this one is only appropriate for adults.

    Will This Be An Engagement Worth Waiting For?...

    I’m a big Emily Blunt fan but she wasn’t enough to make this movie great. It was pretty slow and slightly predictable; however, there are two scenes from the movie that made me laugh until I cried. One in which Alison Brie gives a speech while trying not to cry and the other when Emily Blunt and Alison Brie have an argument while impersonating Cookie Monster and Elmo. These two scenes and the sweet, romantic ending are what earned all 2 ? of those stars from me. The good times my Husband and I have had recreating these scenes over dinner and at random times of boredom have made the whole movie worth viewing from beginning to end! But that’s because we are nerdy like that.

    Danielle’- ClearPlay Elmo Impersonator

    Rated R for sexual content, and language throughout; 124 min; Directed by Nicholas Stoller
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The Five-Year Engagement

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