Mission: Impossible II
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A man and woman sleep in a bed together. They are covered by the sheets, but he has no shirt on and neither does she. Nothing bad is seen, but they start to kiss, and do so for a minute or two.

Nyah wears some very revealing clothing. She and Ethan end up in a bathtub in a sexual position when trying to hide.

a man makes a woman try a dress but after she take her clothes off he tells her to try it later it's implied that they have sex upper back of the girl is shown

The film is based on a deadly virus called Chimera, a scene is shown, showing the effects of such a virus.

A man has his neck broken.

A plane crashes.

An extensive gun battle takes place, many are shot, killed, etc.

Ambrose tortures one of his own men by threatening to cut his finger off with a cigar-cutter. Eventually he cuts just the absolute tip of the finger, blood is briefly seen, the man gasps in pain, and then the scene cuts.

A women injects herself, leaving a mark where the injection has taken place.

Many people are punched, kicked, etc.

Later, near the end of the movie there is a 3-5 minute fight involving guns and fists. Very little blood is shown during this scene.

Ambrose accidentally kills one of his own men.

Curses like "damn" and crass words like "shit".

At the beginning of the film there is a tense airplane scene that might disturb the viewer.

When the effects of the virus are shown, it might frighten young children.

One or two of the fighting scenes may be a little intense.

Towards the end, Ethan tricks Ambrose into killing stamp. This can be hard to watch.

the final fight between Ethan and Ambrose is very brutal and intense

ORIGINAL CUT was R.. Director John Woo said that story beats & violence extension were toned down to secure thePG-13 rating it received, yet most of the violence within the film could be categorized as "R rated content", especially for how brutal & intense it is throughout the film, with some blood present during these moments (mostly prevalent in the climax of the movie).

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action and some sensuality

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