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As a man is running past rooms, there is a fleeting view of a man's head buried in a woman's crotch, both of them are clothed

A man and woman talk in a hotel room, the man unbuckles his belt when he thinks the woman is flirting with him, and the woman becomes disgusted and leaves.

The assassination scene features blood, covering Rick, the victim, and Julia. We see brief images of alot of blood around the victim's neck. Julia receives a shot to the arm. The shooter is killed at close range, we see some blood. Two other people are killed at close range, we see blood spray briefly. We see a darkened bullet hole in the head of one of them later.

Rick is beaten to a pulp, we see his faced severely bruised and bloodied, and he can hardly walk.

A character shoots himself in the chest, blood sprays. A boxing match features a few violent moments, including a very rough headbutt that leaves a bruise. Rick punches out a reporter. A man cuts his hand, and we see some blood.

A truck crashes through a wall.

1 f-word. A dozen or so uses of the s-word, a few uses each of damn, hell, ass, and bitch.

Rick smokes on occasion. Social drinking is seen. A hotel room shows a party where drunk men are spewing beer at each other. A rumor is made about someone's addiction to cocaine, but its extremely brief and easy to be overlooked.

The entire movie is intense, especially the opening scene and ending scene.

Rated R for some violence

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