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Parents Guide for
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6/10

There is a lot of sexual dialogue nothing extreme or graphic, it's just constant.

Also one quite graphic scene early in the film - no actual flesh, but nothing else left to the imagination at all. A woman and man are copulating on a chair. (1:50:32-18, Netflix time to end)

9/10

A man is shot at long range, we later see him shot in the throat, (some blood).

The effects of a gunshot are seen from within the body. The bullet travels through organs and spills green bile over the organs. Very graphic and disgusting.

A cow explodes, blood and gore flies everywhere.

Civillians are threatened with guns.

Two men are shot (some blood).

A man is kicked off of the back of a jeep.

Birds are seen dying, covered in oil.

A man is pistol-whipped.

A man is seen tied up on a fence used as a conductor for electric torture.

A man is punched.

A man is punched 3 times.

A man is hit with the butt of a rifle.

A man is threatend with a knife.

A mother is shot in the head, point blank (blood spurts) in front of her husband and young daughter the daughter runs to the body but is pulled away by the hair. This is a disturbing scene.

A man shoots himself in the leg (blood trickles down his leg).

There is a small shootout in which men are killed (small amount of blood).

A man is shot by a sniper (no blood).

A young boy is killed by a tank shell.

A man is knocked out.

A man is tackled to the ground.

A man is beaten.

A small skirmish takes place we see no violence only gunfire.

A man is tortured he is hit and electrocuted.

A baby is seen in his crib when concrete is dropped on it. Disturbing scene.

A mother and baby are standing in a house when a explosion goes off behind them, they are engulfed in flame and debris, non graphic but disturbing.

A man has is CD case forced into his mouth and oil poured down his throat.

A man is shot in the arm (no blood).

Men are killed by a helicopter chaingun (no blood).

Civillians are killed by a helicopter chaingun (no blood).

Men are killed in a exploding helicopter.

Two men are shot and killed (no blood) and the other is shot in the leg.

A man is shot in the shoulder (no blood).

A man is shot many times (no blood).

A man is shot (no blood).

A man is shot many times (no blood).

A man has an air valve pushed into his lung to keep him alive. We see the inside of his lungs, including a couple close-ups of the hole in his organ. Graphic and very gross.

9/10

Strong language. 60 or more 'f' words, plus a lot of uses of the s-word.

1/10

Nothing notable.

7/10

Torture and war scenes


MPAA:
Rated R for graphic war violence, language and some sexuality
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