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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Mild to moderate sex references and jokes.

No actual sex is shown, other than people making out.

A boy briefly touches a girl's clothed breast.

Violence & Gore

Multiple incoming high school freshmen are hit on the bottom with wooden paddles.

Girls are forced to grovel and are hazed by doing embarrassing things.

Four kids in a car knock over a mailbox with a baseball bat, and a man runs after them with a gun. He then shoots at them as they drive away, but no one is hurt.

An angry woman storms out of her house, shotgun in hand, and points it at a young man who is chasing and bullying her son.

Profanity

Around 60 uses of expletives total -- many of them F-words, some of them more minor profanities ("sh*t," "ass," "piss," etc.)

Lots of insults and name-calling.

Marijuana is a part of several scenes. We see teens smoking, rolling joints, and discussing weed often. Marijuana use is neither glorified nor condemned, and it doesn't become a main theme until near the end.

There is one instance of a teenage boy buying weed, and later the same person attempting to sell it at a party (no dialogue).

Some other drugs are discussed, but no others are used with the exception of LSD once or twice.

Cigarettes and alcohol are both used/consumed frequently. A freshman lies about his age to buy beer.

Note: substance use is never explicitly condemned in this film -- and there's very little consequence from authorities, parents, etc. -- although at the same time, one could say it helps show negative effects. There is one scene in which many people get into a fistfight, and it's clear intoxication has induced this aggression. In addition two of the characters who are involved in substance use talk with slurred speech.

None.

Recommended for 15 and up.

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MPAA:
Rated R for pervasive, continuous teen drug and alcohol use and very strong language
Certification:
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:14 / Canada:14A / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Germany:16 / Iceland:12 / Norway:15 / Singapore:NC-16 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 (DVD rating) / UK:18 (original rating) / UK:15 (video re-rating) (2003) / UK:18 (video rating) (1994) / USA:R

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