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Crimson Tide
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Some sexual dialogue.

Violence & Gore

The movie features underwater war and a few times the people aboard the sub are badly wounded. There's a scene where a man rushes to fix a leak but ends up hurting his face, filling the water with blood.

A young technician on board the submarine get's blasted in the face with water and we see a lot of blood fill the water around him.

In a couple of scenes a man is punching another man in the face. In both, blood is seen on their faces.

Profanity

There are about 19 uses of the F-word in Crimson Tide. In two cases, the word is used in it's literal sense, as a verb, not just as an 'emphasis' word or an exclamation. Paraphrasing here: "These horses are dumb but instinctive. Like high school girls, they may not have a brain in their head but they know all the boys want to F them." And, "You don't put on a condom unless you're going to F."

There are a few instances of smoking. Captain Ramsey mentions that cigars are more expensive than drugs.

A man on exam table after a heart attack, gets a few electric shocks using a defibrillator. He is then given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, but eventually declared is dead. 3 seamen trapped inside a flooded sub's compartment that has been sealed by a fellow sailor. The three are seen floating and drowned. A couple of scenes where torpedo missiles are launched at the submarine, nearly hitting it.

Rated R for: Violence, Adult Language.(HBO advisory)

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong language

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