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Mild teenage-level sexuality references throughout film.

Mild scenes of teenage characters kissing passionately.

Very quick, dark view of bare breasts during a dream scene. nipples are clearly visible for a moment.

Very brief animation on a computer screen of skeletons doing a lambada-type dance.

Two very brief shots of women in slightly transparent t-shirts.

Non-explicit scenes of teen boys showering. One boy is chased out of the shower and his bare butt is briefly visible, played for laughs.

Brief shot of a repairman with visible buttcrack, played for laughs.

An explicit personals ad is read aloud, and some phone responses garnered by the ad are heard. Played for laughs.

A stereo is smashed with a baseball bat. No further instances of violence toward home appliances.

Someone fires a flare gun at a security guard, but only to frighten them away.

Infrequent use of the word "shit" and derivatives.

One instance of "fucked" in non-sexual context.

Milder swearing throughout.

No drugs.

Mild alcohol use.

One chain-smoking teenager serves as a running joke throughout the film. At one point he is shown hiding his smoking from his mother, at another he has a cigarette in each hand while telling how he hacked into a banks system.

Teen smoking and drinking coffee at an addicts meeting.

Copious amounts of caffeine.

Nothing apart from the dramatic effect of one teenage character having his mother's safety verbally threatened by the villain.

Rated PG-13 for: Violence, Adult Language, Brief Nudity, Adult Content.(HBO advisory)

Rated PG-13 for some sexuality and brief strong language

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