Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls
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Some sexual innuendo.

A man and a woman touch tongues.

Bare-chested men.

A woman tries to seduce Ace but he turns her down, saying he lives a celibate life now. A few minutes later he is seen in shadow making jerking motions and sounds when another man walks in on him. He asks for 10 more minutes alone to finish his "meditations" or he will be cranky.

Ace is inside a controllable Rhino. The fan stops working and he get sweaty, and he takes off his clothes. We see him taking off his underwear, and his rear is shortly shown, with his legs in the air. He then wants air, and climbs out of the Rhinos rear, and gets out naked, and his rear is shortly shown more than the previous time. (Not graphic at all)

*Nearly all played for laughs*

Reckless driving.

Lions are shown eating a zebra (Ace has blood on his mouth as he pretends to eat with them.)

A man pulls a bloody organ out of another.

People hit each other.

A man is threatened with knives and guns.

A raccoon falls to its death. (death not shown)

Ace is shot with darts.

A man has a bruised and cut cheek, two tribes begin a war.

Ace is beaten up and speared in the legs.

Ace puts his arm all the way down a mans throat and grabs out an eaten apple.

A couple of mild obscenities.

Damn, hell, and bastard are used. (hell is used both hell and Hell)

Men party and a man has 2 men pour wine in his cup. ( About a 1 second scene, very brief)

In a spoof of the opening sequence of "Cliffhanger," Ace hangs from a wire trying desperately to save a racoon. His unsuccessful effort might seem tense to younger viewers.

A scene where Ace enters a hunter's trophy room (with animal heads on the wall) is shot in such a disorienting way that may prove scary for younger viewers.

The first view of the opposing tribe may be scary: It's night and they're dressed in weird costumes and carry sticks with skulls on the ends.

Rated PG-13 for crude humor
Argentina:13 / Australia:PG / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Denmark:12 / Finland:K-12 / Germany:12 (theatrical and VHS version) (cut) / Iceland:L / Netherlands:AL / Netherlands:6 / Norway:11 / Peru:14 / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:PG / South Korea:All / Spain:13 / Sweden:11 / UK:PG (Cut) / USA:PG-13 (certificate #34152)

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