Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Perfect Match is a romantic comedy that's largely about sex, so it will be an iffy choice for younger teens. The main character is the lone single man among a friend group of long-term couples, who all disapprove of his sexual exploits because they see his inability to make a long-term commitment as the root of his ultimate unhappiness. Expect to see lots of skin (though nothing more graphic than bare butts), especially when the main character has no-strings sex with a woman in a restaurant bathroom. Characters also talk openly about genitalia, a woman trying to get pregnant visits a sex shop to liven up her increasingly tedious sex life, close friends share sexual concerns, and both male and female characters are ogled. There's also a lot of strong language -- "f--k," "s--t," "t-ts," etc. -- and characters sometimes drink too much.
A man has sex with different partners, once in a restaurant bathroom. Clothes come off, though nudity is limited to naked bottoms and other non-graphic parts. Oral sex (giving and receiving) is mentioned. Two people ask a salesperson in a sex store for advice on spicing up married sex. A couple discusses their efforts to get pregnant; after a visit to a fertility clinic, the man loudly boasts that he has a high sperm count. Women in skimpy bikinis.
Frequent use of a variety of strong language, including "f--k," "motherf--ker," "s--t," "a--hole," "t-ts," "squirt game," "hand job," "ho," "d--khead," "butt naked," "balls," "merde," "bitch," "wack," and more.
When you let your guard down, love can find its way in. Even those who say they don't want a committed relationship may find one if they're open to it and the right person comes along. Nothing is more important than going after the person you love.
Nikon and Leica cameras are discussed.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink wine and liquor in a social setting. A character buys others drinks at a bar. One character drinks more than he can handle after he learns his girlfriend is leaving him to get married. Two friends drink tequila shots. Cocaine is mentioned.