Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this romantic comedy depicts enchanted suitors who -- under a magical spell -- basically stalk a woman in a bid for her love. Although there's no explicit sexuality, there are several passionate kisses, and in one scene newlyweds appear topless except for an apron, which hides sensitive spots. There are a few comedic pratfalls, but no serious violence, and a few product placements that are obvious but not over-the-top. As is the case with many romantic comedies, the protagonist is a stereotype of a workaholic woman in search of love.
Several passionate kisses, mostly between the leads, and some sexual innuendo. A newlywed couple makes out while they're both shirtless (though she has an apron covering up her front). A man loves to show off his body and frequently takes off his shirt in public.
Several pratfalls, all of them comedic.
A few uses of "damn" and "hell" and some exclamations along the lines of "oh my God."
Positive messages include believing in the importance of love, putting personal relationships first, and trusting that not every relationship will end just because you've been hurt before or are the child of divorced parents. On the negative side, the movie makes light of somewhat creepy male behavior.
Product placements include the following brands: Apple, BlackBerry, The Daily News, and Christian Louboutin. The Guggenheim Museum, where Beth works, is prominently featured.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Lots of champagne drinking at a wedding reception, where Beth gets drunk.