Due to the mature content, The Breakfast Club is best for mature teens. I give The Breakfast Club 4 out of 5 stars, and recommend it to mature teens 14 and up.
About 25 uses each of the f – and s- words . “A–hole” and “b–ch” are used six or seven times each. “H—,” “a–” and “p—” are all used as well. About 10 references to the male anatomy include “balls,” “pr–k” and “d–k.” “ F -ggot” is lobbed into the mix once.
A movie suitable for teens This movie has sexual references and strong language.
And you can only say “fuck” once in a PG – 13 rated film . Say it twice? You’re slapped with an R-rating. In fact, screenwriter Drew Goddard only intended one use of the word .
My rating : R for pervasive language, violent references, strong racy content, and drug use,.
‘The Breakfast Club ‘ And ‘Pretty In Pink’ Are Landing On Netflix This Week. Yep, volumise your hair and don your best acid wash denim, because The Breakfast Club (1985) and Pretty In Pink (1986) hit the streaming service on Friday 10th April.
Bring It On  [PG-13] – 4.3.
Parents need to know that Legally Blonde is a tongue-in-cheek comedy starring Reese Witherspoon. While it’s clearly a girl-power story in the end, it does have some sexual references and stereotyping. There are references to lap dances, body parts, wet T-shirt contests, and long interludes in the hot tub.
As much of the language is not child-friendly, we recommend this movie for kids aged 12 and over . Bad Language: 4/5 (frequent moderate cursing and blasphemy, in addition the terms ‘dyke’, ‘spastic’ and ‘retard’ are used as insults.
According to the MPAA’s website: “A motion picture’s single use of one of the harsher sexually-derived words initially requires at least a PG- 13 rating. More than one such expletive requires an R rating.”
G and PG rated movies are now allowed one f bomb and/or swear word .
Tarquini’s classification awards an F rating to any film that is written or directed by one or more female film -makers, or features complex female characters who contribute significantly to the story. Films that feature all three of the criteria receive a triple F rating.