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(1994)

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Certification

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MPAA Rated R for a lot of action/violence and some language
Certification

Sex & Nudity

  • A man makes a joke about a man's daughter being a virgin still, then asks him if she is stealing money for an abortion.
  • A man says he has his "hand up her skirt and I'm going for the-" before he is cut off. He is talking about decrypting data.
  • Another man mentions that a nice car is a way to get "pussy," and he mentions that "the 'vette gets 'em wet." He then describes a woman, talking about her getting hot, her "thighs steam," and says she has a great body, with good titties and an ass like a "10-year old boy", and that she could suck-start a leafblower.
  • A woman strips down to her underwear in front a man. A lot of cleavage is shown as well as her buttocks and her genitals are barely covered. She then performs a very seductive dance for the man which lasts several minutes.

Violence & Gore

  • In the first scene, there is a chase scene. During this, there are multiple people shot during this chase with little to no blood present.
  • Several shootings through the films.
  • A man grabs a doctor as a human shield and throws a scalpel at a guard, killing him. He then breaks the doctors neck.
  • Later on, the same man chimneys upside down a rope and snaps the neck of a guard quickly.
  • A woman drops an uzi who falls down stairs and shoots. Several people are shot during this scene.
  • There is a big shootout at the base where the man and woman are being held hostage. A big amount of people are shot with a little blood.

Profanity

  • 3 F-words, some sh*ts, a few d*cks, & tons of mild/other language.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A young girl is stuck on a high-up crane, then a moving jet aircraft. Some scenes in this sequence are quite intense.
  • A girl is taken hostage by terrorists.
  • The main reason for the R rating is most likely the brief strong language. Many PG-13 films today are more violent. If Cameron had censored the use of P---y, this easily would have passed with a PG-13.
  • Overal 27/50.

Spoilers

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Violence & Gore

  • The villain is killed when he hangs on a jet piloted by the protagonist who turns the jet sideways, making the villain get stuck on a missile. The protagonist then fires the missile, sending the villain flying into a helicopter, killing him with a huge explosion.

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