Do-Deca-Pentathlon | Full Movie
- 1h 17m
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After decades of feuding, two forty-something brothers embark on a tournament of twenty-five assorted games to prove which is superior, and, in the process, they find a kind of joy in life that helps them solve their own personal problems.
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Common Sense Says
Brothers reunite in warm indie dramedy; some language.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Do-Deca-Pentathlon is an independent dramedy from filmmaking brothers Jay and Mark Duplass. The biggest issue is language, with more than a dozen uses of "f--k," plus "s--t" and other words, some of which are heard in front of, or from, a pre-teen boy. Characters argue and fight; the main character throws a few angry, raging fits, and there's a big fistfight. There's no real sex, but a husband and wife are comfortable and affectionate with each other, and one character is briefly seen in a strip club (no nudity). Characters occasionally drink or smoke cigarettes. The movie is more likely to appeal to grown-ups, though fans of the Duplass brothers will certainly want to see it.
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- Release Date:July 6, 2012
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD