Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sweet romance has a fair amount of sex for a made-for-TV movie airing on ABC Family. There's kissing, groping, and other types of foreplay, as well as a brief scene that shows a couple having sex in bed (no nudity). Female characters often dress in skimpy outfits and flirt like crazy -- a supporting male character revels in it, but his upstanding friend (the main character) steadily turns them down in favor of a meaningful relationship. Language like "damn" and "bitch" is common, and there's some social drinking.
A brief scene shows a couple having sex in bed, but the covers obscure any nudity aside from a man's bare upper body. A few make-out sessions and one post-coital bedroom scene (again, sans nudity). Some female characters flirt blatantly and wear skimpy clothing.
One scene includes a punch and a slap, neither of which draws blood.
"Ass," "bitch," and "damn" are common. Rare use of "s--t" is bleeped.
The main character is a moralistic single man (he often turns down women who throw themselves at him) looking for a meaningful romantic relationship. His close friend is a womanizer who hires a woman to date his buddy. Divorce and extramarital affairs are central to the plot.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Occasional shots of adults drinking in social settings.