Audiences who buy into the character's beliefs may find it refreshing, but others will likely be baffled.
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Language isn't an issue, and substance use is limited to adult characters drinking socially in bars.
" /Attempts to show how womanizing and partying are bad, but the other extreme (no dating/touching/kissing before marriage) isn't presented as the only appealing way, either, as many likable supporting characters' lives deviate from that ideal.
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The two trailer imports we looked at were from Conqueror and Imagine, both South African companies showing some of their first models to roll onto the American market.
- and these 'clones' will LIVE with their creator, who will ultimately pick one to date.
Every day, the clones go on group dates designed to help the singleton decide whose personality they like the most, with the lucky clones going in the Love Mobile back to the house and the others landed in the Dumping Room, where they plead for their place.
And for all of the main character's purity, the movie does deal with sexual/sex-related themes (unexpected pregnancy, etc.) and has frequent sex talk, including a "shock jock" radio DJ who talks about women and sex. bikini-clad young women flirting/vamping), as well as a stripper at a bachelor party.
A bouncer threatens the main character, and a woman tells a story about how an ex-boyfriend broke her wrist.
While on a ski trip, one of them finds passion with a beautiful girl after a random accident on the icy slopes.
The others quickly conclude that the extreme circumstances of the accident were what caused love to bloom.
When a random accident on the ski slope results in romance for one of the four close-knit friends, his lovelorn pals soon conclude that it was the stress of the event that helped to cement the instantaneous bond between the pair.