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Suggested MPAA Rating: PG for Suggestive Humor, Nude Images, Some Mild Language and Violence.

Several animated segments feature naked women; highly-caricatured breasts often visible.

A marriage counselor has sex with a client's wife, and they are both shown beginnning to undress beforehand.

A man and woman are in bed and kissing, and it is implied through risue videos that they have sex, although they don't.

One scene is about a reality show that involves blackmailing people, and they show a video of someone's sexual encounter, though it is not explicit. A man's rear is briefly shown as well.

Several jokes revolve around stereotypical homosexual men, including a scene in which a man asks a policeman to come home with him, which he does.

In one scene a man is talking to another man in a way as if he wants to get something out of him. It turns out later that the man is asking what it's like to have sex. The scene ends with a person saying "I think it's overrated"

People are shown being blown up from a distance.

Several people die from laughing at the world's funniest joke, and we see this being used in a war setting.

A cartoon shows a man cutting off his head.

"Bastard" is said once, as is "hell."

Two men are seen drinking alcohol in one scene

Australia:PG / Canada:PG / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-3 (new rating) (1996) / Finland:K-10 (original rating) (1984) / France:Tous publics / Iceland:L / Netherlands:16 / Singapore:NC16 / Sweden:11 / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (video rating) (1986) / USA:PG / West Germany:12

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