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Against All Odds
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Sex & Nudity


A man and a woman are shown having sex in a Mayan temple. The scene lasts 40 seconds and is very explicit, although there is no full nudity and the scene is interspersed with images of the temple.

A woman and a man lie in bed naked, and the woman caresses and kisses the man.

In neither case are her breasts visible.

Violence & Gore


A stabbing is discussed but not shown. The stabbing victim appears walking with a limp and using a cane.

A man pushes another man into a drum kit.

Two men have a knock down, drag-out fight in a Mayan temple.

A man tries to take a gun away from a woman and she shoots him in the chest. He dies slowly and you see a lot of blood.

A lawyer is found dead in his office, shot in the head with a lot of blood.

Two men fight and one man slams the other man's head into a glass door.

Two men have a fistfight in a lawyer's office.

A woman impales a man's hand to a door knob with a letter opener. He screams in pain and you see some blood.

A man jumps from behind some bushes and takes a gun away from another man.

A woman shoots a man several times in the chest and stomach, killing him. You see some blood.



Numerous uses of curse words throughout the film.

A character makes racist remarks to a black character.

The F-word is said excessively, especially in the first half of the movie.

A woman invites a man to have drinks with her at a bar.

A woman discusses her past drug addiction and her brother's death from a drug overdose.

A woman is shown drinking at a bar and admits she is drunk.

A man is shown doing cocaine in a bathroom.

A man grabs a woman and holds her hostage by putting a gun to her head.

A secretary breaks into a lawyer's office to steal blackmail material.

Two men have a car race on a crowded Los Angeles freeway, endangering themselves and other drivers

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Argentina:16 / Australia:M / Canada:PA (Manitoba) / Canada:R (Ontario) / Chile:18 / Finland:K-16 / Netherlands:12 / Norway:16 (1984) / Peru:18 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:15 (theatrical rating) / UK:18 (video rating) / USA:R (Certificate #27136) / West Germany:12

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