Old friends Chris and Adam are facing opposite marriage issues: Chris is pursuing his Jewish dream girl, while Adam is having doubts about his own. When Chris asks Adam to help him pass as Jewish, comedic complications and consequences shortly ensue.
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- Bryan Fogel
NRNot rated. This movie has not been rated by the MPAA.
YesLanguage and sound
English: Dolby Digital 5.1Other features
Color; interactive menus; scene access.
Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Jewtopia presents cultural stereotypes as a given without real exploration or insight. Crass sexual humor and strong language (most frequently "f--k" and "s--t") make sure it has plenty of teen appeal, although even teens will quickly tire of the endless repetition. Main characters in their late 20s have frank discussions about sex, and both male and female genitalia are seen in illustration or animation. A few scenes take place in bars and adult characters occasionally drink beer.
- Sexual Content
- Circumcision jokes include crotch grabbing and tapping; "smegma" is mentioned. An animated demonstration of circumcision shows full male genitalia in detail. Frank discussion among adults includes "going down on" a partner and the question, "Why aren't you hard yet?" A running gag involves a woman contemplating vaginoplasty, and many "after" examples are shown. A man imitates sex on an inflatable dolphin. A woman says she's not wearing anything under her graduation gown. A scene takes place in a strip club; pole dancing and lap dancing are shown without nudity. A man and woman have sex under a blanket. A few brief kisses. One make-out session shows the grabbing of a man's crotch outside clothing.
- The animated title sequence shows an impaling, but there's no blood or gore.
- Most frequent: "F--k" and variations, "s--t" and variations, "vag" as short for "vagina." Two or three times each: "bitch," "crap," "damn," "douche," and "p---y," Once or twice: "hell," "schlong," "t-ts." Strong language in Spanish includes "pendejo," "puta," and "cabron." "Booty" many times. Middle-finger gesture once. "Shvartze" used to stereotype African-American jazz musicians. Potty humor includes flinging feces, and crass bathroom noises heard outside a stall.
- Social Behavior
- Stereotypes abound and are presented as facts without real exploration. You'll never be happy if you make choices about your own life based on what others want.
- Characters mention Anne Klein, AT&T, and Volvo. Product placement includes Michelob and Volvo.
- Drugs / Tobacco / Alcohol
- Adult characters drink alcohol. Several scenes take place in bars.
- Age appropriate
- Not an issue
- Depends on your kid and your family
- Not appropriate for kids of the age most likely to want to see it