Rebel Wilson has finally made her way to Netflix! In the new Netflix Original film Senior Year, Wilson stars as Stephanie, a woman who wakes up from a coma after 20 years to find the entire world around her has changed.
After a cheerleading stunt goes wrong, 17-year-old cheer captain Stephanie slips into a coma and misses out on achieving her dream of becoming prom queen. So when Stephanie finally comes to 20 years later, she’s ready to finally live out her high school dream of becoming prom queen… even if that means returning to high school as a 37-year-old.
Needless to say, hijinks ensue as Stephanie tries to navigate life while adjusting to all of the changes around her in what is easily one of Netflix’s funniest new movies of the year! The film is one audiences are sure to love, but exactly what audience is the film appropriate for?
Senior Year age rating
Netflix’s new Rebel Wilson comedy Senior Year has been given an R rating, meaning it’s recommended for mature audiences only and features material such as adult activity, harsh language, intense graphic violence, drug abuse and nudity.
Why is Netflix’s Senior Year Rated R?
So why exactly has Senior Year been hit with an R rating? According to IMDb, the film is Rated R for sexual material, language and brief teen drinking/drug use which is a fair rating as the film contains all of these things.
Across the span of the movie, the are several f-bombs dropped and some sexual jokes which might not be appropriate for all audiences so we can see how the film was deemed to be Rated R. The film does also depict drug and alcohol use, though nothing unusual from what we tend to see in some teen movies and shows.
While many people hear Rated R and immediately think it’s because of the inclusion of nudity, we can confirm there is no nudity in the film — though there is one suggestive scene in which a character’s groin area is blurred out as part of a joke insinuating the character is not wearing any underwear under his kilt.
Source: PJ Media