Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie is based upon complex adult themes of sexuality and personal freedoms/lifestyles. Dr. Frank N. Furter is played up as an outlandish, sexually open character. There is a very suggestive scene of Frank N. Furter seducing the couple and another sex scene between Janet and the beefcake Rocky. While there is no direct nudity, the film is very provocative, right down to the song lyrics. Teenagers who possess a more mature grasp of sexuality and individuality might understand and enjoy the film. Due to its strong sexual nature, parents should be very cautious about allowing their children to view this film.
Cross-dressing, brief nudity, seduction, tons of innuendo.
Non-realistic for the most part. All in a comedic tone.
Mostly suggestive language, not explicit.
Complex ideas about sexual identity and individual behavior. Underneath the provocative exterior, the movie has messages about being true to yourself and expressing yourself honestly.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Almost none, wine consumed only.