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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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There are a few light sex scenes. Little if any nudity, especially in one scene where a guy walks in on a lady who's in a bath tub, she gets out all naked but we only see her upper back body. Another scene has a lady showering but nothing much is revealed there.

After a dishwashers couple are fired from work for dilly dallying but then immediately learning they won a contest, they start breaking some dishes in spite.

Two people are driving in a car. The car stalls out and then magically the doors lock them in. The car then explodes.

A lady is eaten by a monsterous chair. A fair amount of blood and salivia are present. Later another woman is nearly killed the same way, but a guy saves her.

A guy falls off a tall castle.

A guy eats a giant animal on a platter. A lady near him is repulsed. The guy then morphs into a pig and is like that for the rest of the film.

Zombies attack a lady but she manages to escape them.

Some arguing and lots of chase scenes are present.

Low Adult Language (low use of F-words, couple of S-words, a few other swears here and there).

One lady is a very heavy alcoholic. She pratically has bottles glued to her hands. In one scene a guy takes the bottle and smashes it. After the guy leaves the lady starts licking the remains on the floor, suckiling in greed/spite at first but then starts crying at what she's become.

Little if any smoking/drugs are present.

The film's really not tha gory, but it is quite frightening.

There are paintings of what looks like the Devil with actual people in the film.

There are several chase scenes.

The ending is kind of scary at first but has a unique and interesting twist to it.

At the start of the film a boss tells this guy who's been goofing off that he's going to be sick. A moment or two later he returns and says to him and his sister that they are fired.

MESSAGE: Money is the prime root of all evil.


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