• Movie Filter - Playing for Keeps - Date: 3/5/2013
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  • Parental Advisories
    Content Warnings:

    General Themes and Other Content:
    Revealing Clothing,
    Some Suggestive Dialogue,
    Alcohol Consumption,
    Divorce Topic,
    Dysfunctional Relationships
  • Starring
    Gerard Butler
    Jessica Biel
    Noah Lomax
    Dennis Quaid
    Uma Thurman
    Catherine Zeta-Jones
    James Tupper
    Judy Greer
    Abella Wyss
    Grant Goodman

  • Playing for Keeps

    Former soccer legend George Dryer (Gerard Butler) thinks that maybe it’s time to settle down and be the kind of great father to his young son that he’s never been. So, he starts by coaching his son’s soccer team. Who knew that all the Soccer Mom’s would just make his new grown up life more difficult?

    ClearPlay In Action!

    Well this film sure benefited a lot from ClearPlay! I was shocked at how much filtering this movie required. While ClearPlay does clean up several hands full of colorful language (Scottish swear words too) the large amount of filtering came from sexual implications and situations. There aren’t any actual sex scenes in this movie but there are quite a few implied situations, kissing scenes, and women in their underwear. With my filters on Medium I had no idea that half of these scenes were even there and the other half you can only guess at! You will see some light drinking and a little friendly gambling (100 bucks if George can kick the can off the goal post). Motherly Advice: Unfortunately this movie is likely only suitable with filtering for ages 14 and up. Topics of divorce and remarriage and very forward Moms are the main reasons I suggest this.

    Is This One to Watch for Keeps?…

    I expected to sit down to a feel–good family film about a Dad and his son bonding through soccer. While sure our hero will figure out his priorities and make that winning goal in the end, it’s pretty annoying that most of his set–backs and a large amount of the movie itself have to do with these aggressive women throwing themselves at him. I mean, hey, I’m all for Girl Power and all that, but ladies, lets practice some restraint and have a little respect for a guy trying to turn things around? Performances were excellent though and you will certainly feel good in the end and find yourself smiling when George finally decides to grow up and put his child first. If you’re interested in this one just remember that it IS rated PG–13 for a reason and is not really a film for the whole family.

    Danielle’ — ClearPlay Soccer Mom (with morals)

    Rated PG-13 for some sexual situations, language and a brief intense image; 105 min; Directed by Gabriele Muccino
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Playing for Keeps

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