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One woman is seen in a thong and another has only pasties on her breasts.

In one scene, a man grabs a woman's breasts and says "My God, they're real."

There are many references to sex (e.g. those kind of women that offers themselves to men for sex).

Mildly intense action violence with little blood. Many people are shot, but die in a generally non-gory way. However, in one scene, a man's head is chopped off by another man wielding a giant scissors-like cutter. The head-lopping itself occurs off-screen, although a small amount of blood is shown spraying.

Mild, infrequent use of the F-word and the S-word. 5 F words

A man smokes a cigar.

A man smokes one cigarette.

Rated R for strong violence throughout, and language.



Frequent violence, sexual references, and profanity may be disturbing to sensitive viewers.

The movie is set in a dystopian Los Angeles in the year 2013. The odd-looking characters and scenes of chaos and ruin may be disturbing to sensitive viewers.


MPAA:
Rated R for violence and some language

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