Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that One More Time (which is also known as When I Live My Life Over Again) is a dramedy starring Christopher Walken that addresses mature issues including adultery, substance abuse, neglectful parenting, rampant narcissism, and self-sabotage. Adults smoke marijuana and cigarettes and drink alcohol. There's no nudity, but porn and affairs are referenced, an underwear-clad woman is seen, and pictures of nude women on playing cards are glimpsed from far as a man plays with his 8-year-old grandson. Strong language includes "f--k," "s--t," "c--t," "a--hole," "t--s," and "screw."
A serial adulterer cheats on his wife. An underwear-clad woman wakes up in a stranger's bed and runs out of his house. Off screen, a woman has an affair with a married man. A woman tries to kiss her ex-boyfriend, who's now her sister's husband. A character's past as a porn star is dredged up. A grandfather gives a Playboy magazine to his 8-year-old grandson.
"S--t," "f--k," "c--t," "a--hole," "screw," "p---y," "fart," "d--k," "big rack." Adults swear in front of a child.
Blaming others gets you nowhere; let go of resentment and anger, and take responsibility for your own life.
Rolls Royce and Ford Taurus are prominently displayed.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A character falls off the wagon. A father and his adult daughter smoke marijuana together. Cigarettes. Adults drink at home and in a bar.