Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie is permeated with teen sexual energy. There's some making out, some sex talk among teens (using words like "trouser snake" and "hard-on"), and a teacher talks about and pulls out a wrapped condom during a sex ed class. The movie also features a very consumer view of beauty: change your clothes and you'll change your life. Also, Louise thinks the only way anyone will like her is if she casts a spell on them.
Brad works out in just his shorts several times. Randa kisses Brad's neck as he drives. A teacher talks about sex and shows the class a condom. Louise makes her teacher undress to his boxers and undershirt. Louise and Brad make out twice.
Brad nearly runs over Louise as she rides her bike home, forcing her off the road. David is lecherous and attempts to sexually assault her. Mr. Weaver falls down the stairs.
"Hells' bells," "hard-on," "shlong," "trouser snake," etc.
Louise thinks the only way anyone will like her is if she casts a spell on them.
Brands are mentioned or featured, including Punky Brewster, Coca-Cola, U2, and Adidas.
Drugs / Tobacco /
David offers Louise weed. She refuses.