Rambo: First Blood Part II
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Sex & Nudity

Sex & Nudity: 2/10

Vietnamese prostitute is a distraction in the enemy camp, and there's a towel-clad girl on a pirate ship, but nothing explicitly shown.

A woman is shown inside a camp of Vietnamese soldiers. She is shown alone in a room with a soldier, kissing him. Cleavage, but no nudity, and sex is clearly implied

Rambo is stripped naked and tortured by being lowered into a pit. Non-sexual, but his buttocks are visible

Violence & Gore

Violence & Gore: 7/10

Lots of soldiers are killed throughout with bullet holes being briefly seen, some of them bloody. Some misty blood spray is also seen.

Rambo shoots lots of vehicles and buildings with an explosive arrow

Rambo is tortured by electrocution, he shakes violently and yells in pain, and a Russian cuts a scar down his eye, and Rambo winces in pain

A person is killed by machine gun fire, some bloody bullet holes, and the pool of water runs red with blood.

Rambo shoots a soldier with an explosive arrow; the soldier is blown up. Not graphic at all, and quite comical.

Rambo shoots several pirates with a shotgun; large bloody wounds visible, not detailed

Rambo shoots a boat and later a helicopter with an RPG.

Rambo stabs a man with a knife offscreen. You do see blood drip onto his hands though.

Profanity

Profanity: 4/10

1 use of "fuck" and lots of other milder language like shit and bastard

Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking: 1/10

The soldiers are seen smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol at times

Frightening/Intense Scenes: 4/10

The battle scenes and the scene of the man's body exploding are mildly intense. As is the torture scene. There's also a scene where the Russian sergeant tells his bodyguard to cut out a POW's eye, but doesn't. May be suspenseful for first-time audiences.

Even though the movie is violent, it's not as bad as you would think. It would be PG-13 if certain scenes were trimmed and edited.

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Certification:
Argentina:16 (original rating) / Argentina:13 (re-rating) / Australia:M / Brazil:14 / Canada:18A / Canada:18+ (Quebec) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Chile:18 / Finland:K-16 (video release) (uncut) (1998) / Finland:K-16 (video release) (cut) (1989) / Finland:K-18 (original rating) (cut) (1985) / France:U / Germany:Not Rated (uncut) / Germany:18 (re-rating) (uncut) (2011) / Iceland:16 / India:A (uncut) (1993) / India:A (cut) (1985) / Italy:T / Malaysia:18SG / Netherlands:16 / New Zealand:M / Norway:18 / Peru:18 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:15 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #27558) / West Germany:16 (f) / West Germany:18 (video rating) (cut)

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