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Bottle Rocket
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Parents Guide for
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One extremely tame sex scene (it only shows them fall on the bed and kiss) A man later says "the sex was great".

A man is seen from a distance getting pummeled on a pool table, we later see him with cuts and bruises on his face.

Two men get in a fistfight, one of them ends up with a bloody nose.

The same men are also later seen committing a robbery where one of their friends gets accidentally shot and injured, no blood is seen though

Infrequent for an R-rated film. 10 F-words, and about as many s-words. 1 use of the term "cocksucker" and scattered milder profanities.

People are seen drinking and smoking in a bar

Bob admits to growing a crop of weed in his back yard. He never smokes, though.


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Rated R for language
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