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Sex & Nudity


No sex is shown, however, a guy is seen humping a lever, at one point two guys are in bed, when one shuts out the lights, you start to hear sexual noises, and one says, yeah you like that don't you bitch.(it is implied they are having sex). In another instance two guys are in bed and one of them pulls out a realistic-looking penis-shaped sex toy, which is not animated. The boys also watch pornographic movies on the Internet, but no sex is shown. Later on, a gay performer is seen with full frontal nudity, but however, in this scene it is animated. Also, a giant pink mound which refers to itself as a clitoris instructs one of the boys how to end the war and "win the girl." In what is supposed to be heaven, many realistically-drawn angels are seen naked with their bare breasts shown.

In addition to this, the film contains many instances of graphic sexual humor and vulgar language, including plenty of references to sex.

Violence & Gore


Much of the violence is comical and over-the-top, but includes various people being shot at and killed. Many instances of fake blood and pictures of gore. One of the main characters, dies because he lit his fart on fire, and the doctors "accidentally" replace his heart with a potato, which leads his chest to explode in a gory scene. There is an entire war scene at the end of the movie which features over-the-top violence and animated blood and gore. There are also instances of suicide, meant for comedic effect.

Keep in mind, though the violence is deliberately comical and over-the-top, it is still relatively gruesome and may disturb younger viewers. NOT to be viewed by children.



147 uses of fuck with a total of 399 swear words. Keep in mind this is all mentioned in a movie just over one hour. Other uses include shit, cunt, sexual dialogue, etc. This movie still holds the notorious record of the most swearing in an animated film and one of the most swearing of all time.

Some of the songs such as "Uncle Fucker" and "Kyle's Mom Is A Bitch" are just non-stop swearing. Most of the musical songs are full of curse words.

Almost every profane word is mentioned extensively in this film, mostly by eight-year-old third graders.

There are many profane insults about God, which may offend some viewers. A third-grade boy referred to as "Mole" rails against God in numerous hate-filled diatribes.


Various characters hold/smoke cigars including a military general and a man in hell. One character, who is a minor, is seen smoking several times.

The boys give a wino $10 to "buy a bottle of vodka" so he'll be their adult guardian and admit them to such this R-rated movie.

The Guidance Counselor Mr. Mackey sings a job where the lyrics involve "homeless on the street giving hand jobs for crack" and "shooting up in the trash."


Although this is a cartoon, there are extremely vulgar and offensive instances that may offend or disturb others. While it is not frightening, it is rude and not meant for children and even some adults (due to its extreme vulgarity and offensive nature).

(HBO/Cinemax Advisory) Rated R for Graphic Language, Violence and Adult Content

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Rated R for pervasive vulgar language and crude sexual humor, and for some violent images

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