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Parents Guide for
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Most of the violence happens off-screen, but there is some blood.

The film is about two hitmen.

A man is killed by having a syringe full of air pumped into the back of his neck, causing him to have a heart attack and die.

A man is strangled to death, but mostly off-screen.

Two men cut a dead man up (off-screen) with a chainsaw. There is some blood.

A few men are shot throughout. Three or four. Possibly more.

There is a scene involving a baby that is intense/disturbing. Same Rockwell's character puts a gun to his own baby's head. However, he does not actually shoot.

Profanity is pretty constant, with many uses of f*ck and sh*t, among others.

When the two lead characters die it might be depressing to some.

The baby scene is intense.

Sam Rockwell's character becomes increasingly more violent and psychopathic throughout the film.

Rated R for violence and pervasive language

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