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Wilder Napalm
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

The main female character is very interested in sex and pushes her husband to have sex with her at every opportunity, begging him to "do it" on the roof of their house, to do it before dinner because otherwise he'll get cramps, and showing up where he works and saying "time to screw."

In one scene the camera pans slowly over clothes strewn on the floor, a strip of condoms hanging out of a bedside table drawer, and the couple in bed afterwards apparently nude, but nothing is shown.

A character thinks his wife and another man slept together and there are several heated conversations between all parties about this.

Several scenes of passionate kissing.

A fully clothed man (in a clown suit) simulates sex with pelvic thrusts while talking about "grinding out rug rats."

When asked where a woman is, a man replies "she is out buying more condoms," at the doctor for chaffed thighs, and putting vaseline all over her body to get into a tight suit.

Violence & Gore

Two characters in the movie are able to set fires with their minds. Consequently, there are many scenes of these characters setting fires and blowing things up with intent to harm, although mostly only harm to property is done.

One character is hit in the nose by accident twice and we see a little blood on his hand and his battered face later.

Profanity

2 Sh_ts, 1 F__k, multiple uses of the word screw for sex

Two main characters frequently smoke cigarettes. Two scenes where people are drinking beer, but no one appears intoxicated.

A menacing looking clown is able to make flies burst into flame in mid-air by pointing his finger, and aims in the same way at a little boy who shoots his toy pistol at him.

A man lifts a lawnmower onto the chest of a man lying on the ground and tries to turn it on but fails .

We see a charred body being pulled from the scene of a fire. The corpse is recognizable as a person and onlookers are upset.

Scenes where the fire-starters are fighting each other with intent to harm may be frightening to some.

Two children set fire to a building they think is empty, only to hear screams from inside

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, language and some sensuality
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