The Godfather: Part II
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Sex & Nudity

Characters visit a brothel, and prostitutes are shown in lingerie.

A male infant is shown completely nude for about 11 seconds.

A man's buttocks are briefly shown.

A woman is found dead in a bed covered by a bloody sheet. The character was a prostitute awaiting a client.

Characters attend a sex show in Cuba; a man on stage is called "Superman" because he's well-endowed (no nudity).

Violence & Gore

A young boy and his mother are shot.

Two men are seen lying dead in a stream with blood on their throats.

A man is garroted.

A man is shot several times.

A prostitute is found dead in a bed. Her clothes are soaked with blood.

A man is shot in the chest, and then the cheek. The corpse is then shot in the mouth.

A man stabs another man in the stomach and drags the blade across the chest.

A man is shot in the chest.

A man is shot several times.

A man is seen lying dead in a bathtub with his wrists slit, and a pool of blood on the floor.

A man is shot at point blank range.


5 abuses of the name "Jesus Christ"; 4 separate desecrations of "Jesus," and 1 of "Christ"; 7 misuses of "God," 2 of which are paired with "damn"; and there is 1 additional use of the 'd' word, as well as 5 instances of "hell."

3 f-cks, 3 sh-ts, 2 -sses, 2 sons of b-tches, and 1 each of b-lls (male anatomy), wh-re, p-ss, and bast-rd.

Racial slurs: 2 uses of "jap" and 1 each of "n-gger, "guinea," "dago," and "spic."

People are seen casually drinking and smoking throughout the film.

A man is seen taking pills from a prescription pill bottle.

The assassinations can be intense, although they're arguably not as bad as Part I's.

A major character is killed offscreen; we only hear a gunshot, but it may be upsetting to some viewers.

In the beginning, Vito flees from armed men.

Some may find one scene involving spousal abuse intense.

Suggested MPAA description :: R for violence and brief language.

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