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Suggested MPAA rating: Rated R for strong and bizarre sexual content throughout, animated nudity, language, brief drug use and some violence

8/10 There is frequent sexuality and nudity in the film, all involving humans and anthropomorphic animals.

The protagonists visit a whorehouse, where they are greeted by a teenage girl, wearing a thong and no bra, breasts visible. She offers to service them. All the nudity and sex are animated except on scene with an uncredited topless dancer.

An overweight man strips and performs bizarrely to large crowd. His genitals are visible.

In a bizarre sequence, a man attempts to assassinate a female superhero. He 'shoots' in her in the crotch but it has no effect (although she moans suggestively and tries to cover that area); she sits down on a bench and signals with her body for him to give her oral. He takes a closer look and a loud bang is heard, his body tumbles backwards, and mentions in his last words that she has 'the clamps' (an STD).

The female superhero reappears throughout the film, her 'costume' appears to be body paint of the American flag and she moves and talks suggestively.

A cop takes a sip of his coffee, but it turns out someone had put LSD in it. He begins to passout, and we see the bartender (the man who put the LSD in his coffee) put fake breast on him, give him a long wig, and puts make-up on him. When the cop wakes up, the bartender tells him that he is a female, and they have sex.

A man and woman have a nude wedding (genitalia visible) in a church, after saying their vows, a trapdoor opens and they fall below onto a double bed, and it is implied they proceed to having sex.

A kid comes across a trashcan. The trashcan is shaking and moaning can be heard from the inside. The kid kicks the trashcan and two men fly out. One man has his penis hanging out of his pants, and he then attempts to put it inside his partners butt (but it cuts out).

A small child-like girl working for the mafia can be seen fully nude in all the parts she appears in.

In a bizarre sequence, an old woman dies from gunfire, her clothes then form a cacoon and she hatches out into a younger, beautiful (but nude) woman.

9/10 Plenty of animated violence with blood and gore, including:

An attempted assassination sequence, where the assassin's weapons is disguised as a banjo; another protagonist is wounded, however, when he tries to protect his friend in the same scene.

A police officer is put into a drug induced state, moments later he finds that his partners are dead. He proceeds into shooting at police officers but is shot by them, and dies a graphic and bloody death.

One of the protagonists slashes at a gangster's stomach with a knife, blood splatters in an arc across the screen.

Several moments have characters threatened by others.

Several antagonists are killed when a protagonist tricks them into a trap and drops a stick of dynamite. Nothing graphic however, the moment is used for comedic relief.

A live-action sequence depicts two men escaping from a prison. They run into a getaway car and are shot at by police, receiving bullet wounds on-screen.

10/10

97 uses of "fuck", 69 uses of "nigger", 12 uses of "shit" (including 1 use of "horseshit") and other words.

The song that plays during the opening credits is called "I Am The Nigger Man", and the N-word is said several times during that song.

The very first line is "Fuck you."

4/10 People are seen drinking alcohol. Someone puts LSD in a police officer's drink.


Certification:
Australia:R18+ / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:K-16 (2013) / Germany:16 (re-rating) / Norway:18 (1976) / Sweden:15 / UK:18 / USA:R / West Germany:18

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