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Parents Guide for
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A guy's butt is very breifly seen.

A woman is heard moaning loudly over a phone.

Guys talk comically about masturbation.

Young men sit around their bedrooms in groups wearing only underwear. A young man is shown running down a hall with only a towel around his waist. A young man pulls off wet blue jeans and his bare buttocks are briefly seen.

A few fairly bloody shootings throughout.

A woman is thrown out of a window.

One man is graphically shot in the head; blood squirts from his wound. Very brief though.

A young man is beaten with a metal rod. We see nasty scars on his back later on.

A man's throat is slashed (brief but gruesome), and he's thrown over a balcony.

A man is shot in the chest at point blank range. An exit wound through his back is visible.

A man is riddled with machine gun bullets from a helicopter.

A man holding grenades is shot on a rooftop. The grenades fall to the ground and explode, killing two other men and wounding a third.

A student attacks a terrorist and take his gun. He begins shooting it randomly until he is shot dead.

Moderate but somwhat infrequent language; a little over 10 f-words are present.

Some people smoke and drink Vodka disguised as mouthwash.

Most of the film is pretty intense, especially when the terrorists first strike the school and make death threats, as well as the bloody final shootout.

Rated R for violence and language
Australia:M / Finland:K-16 / France:Tous publics / Germany:18 (original rating) / Germany:16 (re-rating) (uncut) (2016) / Germany:16 (cut) (video release) (1992) / Iceland:16 / Netherlands:16 / Netherlands:12 (TV rating) (slightly cut) / Norway:15 / Portugal:M/16 / South Korea:18 (DVD rating) (2003) / South Korea:15 (theatrical rating) (1991) (video rating) (1992) / Spain:13 / Sweden:15 / UK:15 / USA:R

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