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"TALLADEGA NIGHTS: THE BALLAD OF RICKY BOBBY"
(2006) (Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly) (PG-13)

Alcohol/
Drugs
Blood/Gore Disrespectful/
Bad Attitude
Frightening/
Tense Scenes
Guns/
Weapons
Extreme Minor *Heavy Minor Minor
Imitative
Behavior
Jump
Scenes
Music
(Scary/Tense)
Music
(Inappropriate)
Profanity
Heavy None None *None Heavy
Sex/
Nudity
Smoking Tense Family
Scenes
Topics To
Talk About
Violence
Heavy Mild Moderate Moderate Moderate


QUICK TAKE:
Comedy: A NASCAR racer must contend with his fall from the top of the sport at the hands of a foreign driver.
PLOT:
Ricky Bobby (WILL FERRELL) has always wanted to go fast -- ever since being born to Reese (GARY COLE) and Lucy (JANE LYNCH) -- and can do so whenever he wants now that he's a NASCAR champion driving for owner Larry Dennit, Jr. (GREG GERMANN) and his perpetually inebriated wife Mrs. Dennit (MOLLY SHANNON).

With his lifelong friend and racing partner Cal Naughton, Jr. (JOHN C. REILLY) always making sure he wins the race under the watchful eye of team captain Lucius Washington (MICHAEL CLARKE DUNCAN), Ricky Bobby is rich beyond his dreams. He also has a beautiful trophy wife, Carley (LESLIE BIBB), a loyal assistant in Susan (AMY ADAMS), and two foul-mouthed kids, Walker (HOUSTON TUMLIN) and Texas Ranger (GRAYSON RUSSELL), of whom he couldn't be more proud.

However, Ricky is still haunted by the fact that Reese is a deadbeat and long-estranged dad, and he doesn't seem to notice that Cal is getting tired of always helping him win, but never getting to do so himself. But it's the arrival of pretentious, gay French Formula One driver Jean Girard (SACHA BARON COHEN) that turns the champion's career and life upside down.

Following a bad accident, Ricky Bobby loses his spot as Dennit's number one driver, as well as his career and thus his wife. From that point on, he must try to regain his fearlessness and love of driving fast if he wants to get back into the winner's circle.

WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
If they're fans of anyone in the cast or NASCAR related films, it's a good bet they might be interested in it.
WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: PG-13
For crude and sexual humor, language, drug references and brief comic violence.
CAST AS ROLE MODELS:
  • WILL FERRELL plays a somewhat dimwitted southern NASCAR champion who lives the good life and is a bit full of himself until his fall both professionally and personally. He must then summon the courage to get back into life and do what he loves best, all while trying to connect with his deadbeat dad. He also apparently sleeps with his assistant.
  • JOHN C. REILLY plays his lifelong friend who eventually tires of playing second fiddle to him. He then goes for the gusto, including taking his friend's wife.
  • SACHA BARON COHEN plays a smug, intellectual, gay, and French driver who challenges Ricky for the number one spot and succeeds for a while. He looks down on others, smokes and uses some profanity.
  • GARY COLE plays Ricky's deadbeat and long-estranged dad who eventually comes around to help his son get back on his feet. He drinks, briefly smokes, talks of doing drugs and uses profanity.
  • LESLIE BIBB plays Ricky's trophy wife who's happy when he's winning, but leaves him for Cal when things go bad.
  • AMY ADAMS plays Ricky's assistant who has a thing for him and finally gets to act on it. She apparently sleeps with him.
  • HOUSTON TUMLIN and GRAYSON RUSSELL play Ricky and Carley's foul-mouthed, disrespectful kids who are finally straightened out by their grandmother.
  • JANE LYNCH plays Ricky's down to Earth mom who sets her grandkids straight.
  • MICHAEL CLARKE DUNCAN plays the racing team captain who encourages Ricky to win. He uses some profanity.
  • GREG GERMANN plays the team owner who will do most anything to win.
  • MOLLY SHANNON plays his constantly inebriated wife.
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    OUR WORD TO PARENTS:
    Here's a quick look at the content found in this comedy that's been rated PG-13. Profanity consists of one bleeped out and one muffled "f" word, while other expletives and colorful phrases are uttered. Sexually related dialogue is present (covering a variety of topics, including erections and homosexuality, among others), while a woman flashes her bare breasts to a driver (we don't see them). Off-screen sex is implied or referenced, and some onscreen making out is observed (all played for comedy), as is a confused man running around in his underwear on a racetrack.

    Comedy-based violence includes some bad car wrecks, a man breaking another man's arm, a man stabbing himself in the leg, other contact, and some property damage.

    Various characters have varying degrees of bad attitudes (and some viewers might not like some of the material played for laughs), while some smoke and/or drink (a few quite a lot), while drug related dialogue (including talk of use and possession) also occurs.

    Some crude humor is present, as is all sorts of potentially imitative behavior, while a woman leaves her husband and a grown man tries to contend with having an estranged father (all played for comedy).

    If you're still concerned about the film and its appropriateness for yourself or anyone else in your home who may be interested in seeing it, we suggest that you take a closer look at our detailed listings for more specific information regarding the film's content.

    For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, we see a point of view shot looking back at Ricky (from a camera on his chest) that makes him look stationary while the background around him spins out of control. At other times, some handheld camera footage shows varying amounts of movement.


    ALCOHOL OR DRUG USE
  • All of the following is played for comedy.
  • When Reese arrives at Ricky's school, he says that he has to lay off the peyote.
  • We see that a NASCAR car sponsor is Laughing Clown Malt Liquor.
  • We see some beer bottles on Ricky and Carley's dining room table.
  • Cal fantasizes about being drunk at a concert (he only talks about it, we don't see an imagined view).
  • Champagne is sprayed in the victory circle after one race, and then Ricky drinks some from a bottle after another.
  • Mrs. Dennit is intoxicated and holding a drink when seen with Larry.
  • Ricky and Cal have beer in a bar as do others.
  • Ricky makes a comment about Col. Sanders (of Kentucky Fried Chicken) stating in the past, "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken."
  • Larry has a drink, while his wife is drunk.
  • Carley has a drink.
  • When Ricky arrives at Reese's room, the latter tells the former to close the door as "I got weed in here."
  • Reese states that all he has is his car and some weed, with one of his young grandsons asking for how much he's selling the latter.
  • Reese drinks from a beer can in a brown paper bag.
  • Reese has another beer.
  • There's talk that NASCAR got its start from bootleggers trying to keep their moonshine away from the cops.
  • To try to get Ricky to conquer his fear of driving, Reese tells Ricky that he's tied a kilo of cocaine (that he calls "Columbian Bam-Bam") under his car and called the police. Ricky then has no choice but to drive off and elude the police. Once he's done that, however, he discovers that the package under the car contains cereal, with a note that says not to try to snort the Lucky Charms.
  • Reese has more beer and then says he's going to have another.
  • Reese finishes a beer and then throws the can out the car window (littering) as Ricky drives.
  • Reese has another beer.
  • When Ricky reminds Reese about a comment the latter made years ago, Reese says he was high when he said that.
  • We see some beer bottles on an arcade game console where Ricky is playing (others drink in that establishment). Later, he and Susan have beer in front of them and Ricky drinks some of his.
  • Ricky talks about entering the real world (out of driving) and says maybe he'll get a gun and start dealing crack.
  • While intoxicated, Mrs. Dennit tells Larry that he's still afraid to let her see him naked (despite them being married). She then kisses on a stranger (on the lips) in a come-on fashion.
  • Reese has a beer.
  • We see Mrs. Dennit passed out.
  • Champagne is sprayed in the winner's circle.
  • Reese has more beer.
  • BLOOD/GORE
  • In a flashback, we see Reese driving a very pregnant Lucy toward the hospital as she's in labor. When he passes the turn and she says it's coming, he tells her to hold on and then slams on the brakes. We then hear a squishy sound and young Ricky is born (we only hear this).
  • A racecar driver gets out, stating that he has to "take a piss" and "take a whiz."
  • Ricky does a promo ad for Maypax (or something like that), the official tampon of NASCAR (we don't see any use, etc.).
  • One of Ricky's boys makes some comment about "pissed in my pants."
  • There's a tiny bit of blood on his pants leg after Ricky jams a knife into his own leg to prove (wrongly) that he's paralyzed (he's not).
  • Ricky punches his father in the nose, slightly bloodying it.
  • Ricky has some bloody scrapes on his face from a run-in with a cougar.
  • DISRESPECTFUL/BAD ATTITUDE
  • All of the following is played for comedy.
  • Some viewers might not like the film doing comedic riffs on praying (before dinner) to Jesus, with different characters noting their different imagined views of Him.
  • Some viewers might not like the film doing comedic riffs on mental health comments such as "Who's retarded now?" "Nut job," "Cuckoo bird" and "My sons no longer act like retarded gang bangers," while Jean Girard asks about Ricky and Cal's "shake 'n bake" bit, "What is that, epilepsy?" Similarly, Ricky is in a wheelchair (thinking he's paralyzed when he's not) and jams a knife into his leg to prove (incorrectly) the point.
  • Some viewers might not like the film doing comedic riffs on the French, with Jean Girard portrayed in a stereotypical fashion, including the thick accent, while various American characters have bad attitudes toward him due to his nationality (and some of them are portrayed as rednecks).
  • Some viewers might not like the film portraying young kids as foul-mouthed, disrespectful children.
  • We hear that Reese wasn't around for young Ricky in his formative years.
  • Reese addresses young Ricky's school class, commenting on "losers like your know-it-all teacher." He states that if you're not first, you're last, and states that it's the fastest "who get laid."
  • Larry has a bad and condescending attitude toward Ricky.
  • Ricky's boys treat their grandfather badly (verbally) and their parents don't do anything about it, with Ricky saying all the man ever did was create a hot daughter.
  • Ricky becomes full of himself after winning many races.
  • When a person asks what to get his 88-year-old relative, another snidely replies, "A coffin."
  • Some viewers might not like it when Jean Girard mockingly lists what little America has done for the world, including George Bush.
  • Thinking or hoping Ricky is dying (he's just sleeping in the hospital), Carley tells the doc that she wants to pull the plug (played for laughs and no tense family moments).
  • Ricky always insists that he get to use Cal to win and never vice-versa.
  • Cal and Carley announce to Ricky that the two of them are getting married (despite Ricky still being married to her). She states that she's a driver's wife and accordingly doesn't work (and thus needs to be with a driver -- following Ricky's long recuperation from his wreck).
  • Some guys make fun of Ricky now that he's working as a pizza delivery guy.
  • Ricky's kids run around yelling "Anarchy" and then take a garden hose, and spray it through an open window, hitting a man inside a house. Their grandmother then catches and slaps them.
  • Reese finishes a beer and then throws the can out the car window (littering) as Ricky drives.
  • Guards throw Reese from a restaurant for being purposefully belligerent to a waitress.
  • Reese finally picks up some race day tickets that Ricky has left him for years, but then proceeds to try to scalp them.
  • Larry orders a driver to bump another during a race, causing a massive pile-up of cars.
  • FRIGHTENING SCENES
  • It's possible some of the bad race car wrecks could be unsettling for some viewers, but they're all played for comedy.
  • Lucius starts to mention that a crewmember died in a fire that morning (to try to motivate Ricky to win in his honor), but Ricky then spots the crewmember who's alive and well.
  • GUNS/WEAPONS
  • Larry fires a handgun into the ceiling to stop a scuffle.
  • Ricky talks about entering the real world (out of driving) and says maybe he'll get a gun and start dealing crack.
  • IMITATIVE BEHAVIOR
  • Phrases: What seemed like a bleeped out "F*ck you" and a possible "F*ck me," "Gonna sh*t a chicken," "I'll go ape-sh*t on your ass," "You're sure sh*t out of luck," "It was sh*t," "...the living sh*t out of us," "I got a chubby" (erection), "I spread my butt cheeks," "Professor d*ckweed," "I'm as hard as a diamond in an ice storm," "The fact that I have an erection has nothing to do with it," "That's like looking up Yasmine Bleeth's skirt" (about seeing a car engine), "I was a total d*ck," "I'd be honored if you signed my balls," "Hot, nasty, bad ass speed," "Losers like your know-it-all teacher," "If you aren't first, you're last," "Shake 'n bake" (said many times, along with various gestures and soft fist tapping), "I gotta take a piss," "Take a whiz," "Get off my ass," "Shut up (in here)," "Jeez," "Who's retarded now?" "Hell of a grace," "You made that grace your bitch," "You gotta lumpy butt," "I pissed in my pants," "Sure as hell," "Wussies," "See yah, wouldn't want to be yah," "Balls," "Go take a chill pill," "Turn that crap off," "You Formula One jazz nut-job," "Kiss on my ass," "You're driving like a pissed off teenager," "Pepe le bitch," "Frenchy," "Whoop his butt," "Peaches 'n cream," "Hakuna matata, bitches," "You sick sons of bitches," "Don't you put that evil on us," "Wake up, idiot," "Freaking out," "Bitching and moaning," "Cuckoo bird," "What the hell's going on?" "Sum-bitch," "Turds," "Before I shave your balls, you dusty old fart," "Pissed," "This blows," "You got hair on your peaches or what?" (referring to testicles), "Your mother-flipping driving," "My sons no longer act like retarded gang bangers," "Damn perfect evening," "What the hell /are you talking about/am I supposed to do?" "Oh hell," "I was high when I said that," "Screw you," "Will you be my Katie Couric?" "Watch your buns," "I'll be damned," "Tractor-beam of hotness" and "Sure as hell."
  • Some kids may be enticed to imitate some of the behavior (actions, vocal patterns, etc.) that's on display here, including the fast driving.
  • In a flashback, we see Reese driving a very pregnant Lucy toward the hospital as she's in labor. When he passes the turn and she says it's coming, he tells her to hold on and then slams on the brakes. We then hear a squishy sound and young Ricky is born (we only hear this).
  • In a flashback, young Ricky takes his mother's car and speeds down the road, swerving through traffic.
  • A young woman tells Ricky, "Hey driver, drive these" (as she lifts up her shirt -- but we don't see anything as the camera zooms in away from her chest).
  • We see Ricky signing various things, including a woman's cleavage and an infant's head.
  • Carley wears various midriff-revealing tops.
  • Ricky gives "the finger" to another racer during a race, saying he got it from a certain chain store, and that it was on sale.
  • When a person asks what to get his 88-year-old relative, another snidely replies, "A coffin."
  • Ricky takes a hacksaw to cut off the cast around his arm.
  • Ricky strips down to his underwear, shoes, and helmet and runs around the track like that (mistakenly thinking he's on fire).
  • Thinking he's paralyzed (he's not), Ricky stays in a wheelchair and then, to prove his point, jams a large knife down into his leg. He then lets out a scream (all of this is played for comedy), with Lucius and Cal trying to get that knife out, including by using another large knife at the point of insertion (similarly played for laughs).
  • To try to get Ricky to conquer his fear of driving, Reese has put a live, full-grown cougar in the car. The cat snarls at Ricky from inside, and Reese pressures him into trying to get in, but when Ricky opens the door, the cat jumps on him (we later see some bloody scrapes on his face from that).
  • Ricky's kids run around yelling "Anarchy" and then take a garden hose, and spray it through an open window, hitting a man inside a house. Their grandmother then catches and slaps them.
  • To try to get Ricky to conquer his fear of driving, Reese has Ricky try to drive blindfolded, but Ricky ends up sideswiping various parked cars before crashing into a house, causing property damage.
  • Talking to her grandkids, Ricky's mother asks how many times they're going to toss her the radio while she's in the bathtub (not seen).
  • Reese throws buckets of water onto Ricky to try to snap him out of his funk.
  • Reese finishes a beer and then throws the can out the car window (littering) as Ricky drives.
  • We briefly see a woman in a bikini covered in body paint of some sort.
  • Reese has what appears to be a tattoo on his forearm.
  • In the closing credits outtakes, one character tells another he'd be honored if he "signed my balls," with the second then jokingly leaning in to do just that (all are clothed).
  • JUMP SCENES
  • None.
  • MUSIC (SCARY/TENSE)
  • None.
  • MUSIC (INAPPROPRIATE)
  • Some songs had lyrics that we couldn't hear and/or understand, thus offering the possibility of them potentially containing some objectionable material.
  • PROFANITY
  • At least 2 possible "f" words (one bleeped out, another muffled), 9 "s" words, 3 slang terms for sex ("laid," "did it" and "get it on"), 2 slang terms using male genitals ("d*ck" and "d*ckweed"), 21 hells, 9 damns, 5 asses (1 written), 4 S.O.B.s, 1 crap, 8 uses of "Oh my God," 3 of "Oh God," 2 of "G-damn" and "God" and 1 use of "Sweet Jesus."
  • SEX/NUDITY
  • All of the following is played for comedy.
  • There's a comment about Reese doing something (possibly sexual) to "anything that moves."
  • Reese addresses young Ricky's school class, commenting that it's the fastest "who get laid."
  • About getting to participate in his first real race, Ricky announces, "I got a chubby (erection) right now."
  • When a young woman tells Ricky, "Hey driver, drive these" (as she lifts up her shirt -- but we don't see anything as the camera zooms in away from her chest), Ricky says, "Please be eighteen." We then see Ricky signing another woman's cleavage.
  • There's a comment about Carley being a "red hot, smokin' wife."
  • Ricky and his wife suddenly passionately make out during dinner (standing), with him then leaning her backwards over the table and is partly on top of her, with Cal offering to hold Carley's hair (all played for comedy).
  • When asked what the French have done for the world, Jean Girard says, among other things, that they created the ménage a trois. In response, an American guy states, "We created the missionary position."
  • A comment is made about something not being worth a velvet painting of a whale and dolphin "getting it on."
  • We hear that Jean Girard is gay and see him walk off with his husband, we hear that his horses are also gay, and then see him and Gregory (the husband) kiss.
  • A race commentator talks of Jean Girard "sitting on the pole" (a racing term for being in the lead), but then specifies that he's talking about the racing spot and it isn't a comment about Jean Girard's sexual orientation.
  • While intoxicated at a race, Mrs. Dennit comments that the only good thing about being at the race are the vibrations of the cars, saying she can feel them racing up her leg (said in an aroused, sensual fashion).
  • Ricky is involved in a bad crash where his car goes airborne and then flips down the track. He's dazed but physically okay when he gets out, but mistakenly thinks he's on fire. Accordingly, he strips down to his underwear, shoes, and helmet and runs around the track like that.
  • While thinking Ricky is in a coma, Cal admits to him that he posed for Playgirl years ago, and comments twice about spreading his "butt cheeks" for the photos.
  • We see Jean Girard on a magazine cover with his shirt open, revealing his bare chest.
  • Jean Girard drives around in the track infield, carving out (in the grass) a "sketch" of him and his husband kissing.
  • We see Ricky running around the track again in his underwear (similarly thinking he's on fire when he's not).
  • Carley shows some cleavage.
  • Reese tells Ricky that he and the boy's mom "did it" in the bathroom at a steakhouse when he was 17 and then Ricky showed up. His mom later mentions that encounter.
  • After Susan gives Ricky an inspirational speech, he asks, "Are we about to get it on?" adding that he's as "hard as a diamond in an ice-storm." She then crawls across the table and is on all fours while passionately kissing him. She then flips her hair in a sexy fashion after he comments on the same occurring in a music video. He then tells everyone to look away as they're going to be making animal noises and they do as they continue to make out (played for comedy rather than eroticism).
  • We see some miscellaneous cleavage.
  • When Ricky goes to see Jean Girard, the latter holds the former's hand, saying it's a friendship thing and that there's nothing sexual about it, but then jokes that the fact he has an erection has nothing to do with it.
  • We briefly see a woman in a bikini covered in body paint of some sort.
  • Seeing his car's engine, Ricky jokes that it's like looking up Yasmine Bleeth's skirt.
  • A crewmember mentions the legend of Excalibur and one person laying with the queen in a biblical sense.
  • Cal wonders that when you sleep with your best friend's wife, why should he apologize to you (after Ricky has done just that). Later, there's some related sexual talk about that, with him commenting on something "every time we had sex."
  • While intoxicated, Mrs. Dennit tells Larry that he's still afraid to let her see him naked (despite them being married). She then kisses on a stranger (on the lips) in a come-on fashion.
  • Ricky kisses Jean Girard (in place of shaking his hand) and then makes that a passionate kiss (but won't do it again).
  • Cal apologizes to Ricky for stealing his wife, saying that she walked up to him and "grabbed me in the crotch." Ricky then mentions her being a "tractor-beam of hotness."
  • Talking about her and Ricky, Susan says, "I painted the car...we had sex." Reese then deadpans his response, "I wish I could have been there for that."
  • SMOKING
  • Jean Girard smokes several times, Reese smokes once, and a miscellaneous man smokes a pipe.
  • TENSE FAMILY SCENES
  • We hear that Reese wasn't around for young Ricky in his formative years.
  • We hear that Ricky always leaves race day tickets for his father, but the latter has never claimed them.
  • The following is played for comedy: Cal and Carley announce to Ricky that the two of them are getting married (despite Ricky still being married to her). She states that she's a driver's wife and accordingly doesn't work (and thus needs to be with a driver -- following Ricky's long recuperation from his wreck). Ricky asks if this means she's asking for a divorce, with their kids being happy as that means two Christmases.
  • TOPICS TO TALK ABOUT
  • NASCAR, race car drivers and racing.
  • Product placement in movies and sponsorship advertisements in sports.
  • The comment that if you don't finish first, you finish last.
  • We hear that Reese wasn't around for young Ricky in his formative years.
  • We hear that Jean Girard is gay and see him walk off with his husband, we hear that his horses are also gay, and then see him and Gregory (the husband) kiss.
  • There's talk that NASCAR got its start from bootleggers trying to keep their moonshine away from the cops.
  • In the closing credits outtakes (and trying to get Ricky to crack up), Lucius says he dresses up like Donna Summer and then starts singing one of her songs.
  • VIOLENCE
  • All of the following is played for comedy.
  • Some guards throw Reese out of young Ricky's school after he addresses the students.
  • There's some damage to cars during a race.
  • There's some car contact during a race.
  • Ricky tries to punch Jean Girard who blocks the blow, slaps him on the face, and pins him to a pool table via his arm. Jean Girard says he doesn't want to harm Ricky, but Ricky won't give in and insists that Jean Girard break his arm, so he does (done in a comically exaggerated fashion, including the sound of a loud crack and the arm being bent the wrong way.). Cal then tries to come at Jean Girard with an electronic shocker device, while Jean Girard grabs a pool cue to defend himself, but Larry fires a handgun into the ceiling to make everyone stop.
  • Ricky is involved in a bad crash where his car goes airborne and then flips down the track. He's dazed but physically okay when he gets out, but mistakenly thinks he's on fire. Accordingly, he strips down to his underwear, shoes, and helmet and runs around the track like that.
  • Thinking he's paralyzed (he's not), Ricky stays in a wheelchair and then, to prove his point, jams a large knife down into his leg. He then lets out a scream (all of this is played for comedy), with Lucius and Cal trying to get that knife out, including by using another large knife at the point of insertion (similarly played for laughs).
  • While working as a pizza delivery guy, Ricky accidentally drives into someone's grocery cart, and then pulls forward and slams into a police officer.
  • Ricky punches his father in the nose, slightly bloodying it.
  • To try to get Ricky to conquer his fear of driving, Reese has put a live, full-grown cougar in the car. The cat snarls at Ricky from inside, and Reese pressures him into trying to get in, but when Ricky opens the door, the cat jumps on him (we later see some bloody scrapes on his face from that).
  • Ricky's kids run around yelling "Anarchy" and then take a garden hose, and spray it through an open window, hitting a man inside a house. Their grandmother then catches and slaps them.
  • To try to get Ricky to conquer his fear of driving, Reese has Ricky try to drive blindfolded, but Ricky ends up sideswiping various parked cars before crashing into a house, causing property damage.
  • Guards throw Reese from a restaurant for being purposefully belligerent to a waitress.
  • Ricky grabs Cal by his racing suit, with the latter bumping him chest to chest.
  • Larry orders a driver to bump another during a race, causing a massive pile-up of every car but Ricky and Jean Girard's. Those two then end up wrecking, flipping their cars through the air and down the track (played for comedy despite the damage to the cars -- but the men are okay).



  • Reviewed July 31, 2006 / Posted August 4, 2006

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