Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Wedding Planner includes some strong and graphic language (one "f--k" and scattered lesser words). The movie includes comic drunkenness and a character's alcohol abuse is also played for laughs. The scene with the statue includes a fairly graphic depiction of male genitals, which at one point get superglued to a character's hand.
Some scenes of kissing and flirtatious behavior, but nothing explicit. Words like "vagina" are audible; genitals are accidentally torn off of a Roman statue. Infidelity is also discussed.
A car accident leads to a chance meeting, but no real injuries. One scene features some friendly roughhousing between grown men.
Words like "hell," "bastard," "ass," "crap," and "goddamn," and "s--t" are audible, but not frequent. One use of "f--k." The term "retarded" is used as self-deprecating insult.
Weddings seem more important than the actual marriages. The importance of family relationships is also highlighted.
Games like Scrabble and brands like Evian, Tattinger, Land Rover, and M&Ms are referenced and/or visible. The Antique Roadshow is featured.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Wine and champagne are visible at weddings and during meals. Cocktails are sometimes consumed during workplace meetings. Contains a few brief-but-comical scenes of drunken behavior.