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Some sexual innuendo and double entendres, and some kisses.

A woman with smeared lipstick is seen waking up in a bed (she's covered with a sheet); In another we see a sheet-covered woman in bed and a man wearing a bathrobe.

A woman pushes a man onto a couch and tries to straddle him and kiss him. A woman distracts a man by flirting with him, revealing a lot of cleavage through her unzipped top (part of the side of her bare breast is visible), and licking the steering wheel of the car they're sitting in.

In one scene a dominatrix-like woman dressed in black leather is gawked at and then followed by a group of men; she also runs her fingers through a man's hair and holds his face next to her clothed chest a couple of times.

Three women dressed as yodelers (tiny skirts and cleavage-revealing tops) briefly spank each other's legs/buttocks while singing to a couple of men; in another scene, two women in midriff-revealing tops belly dance in front of a group of men.

A woman loses the sheet she was wearing when she falls out of a window and is nude as she tumbles down a hill (we realize she's nude, but her body appears to be quite blurry and no body parts are clearly visible); we then see her holding a life preserver that covers her breasts and groin area when she asks two boys for help.

It's implied that a man is stabbed to death (we hear a slicing sound, see a line of blood splatter on the ground, then see a close-up of his head hitting the ground).

Four extended "kung-fu" fights (two fights are among several people and two fights are between two people), all of which involve lots of kicks and punches to the chest and face that often knock people to the ground and/or into walls; during the fights people are nearly stabbed with a sword, a person is nearly hit with an axe, a person hits others with a chair, two people are lassoed with a chain and knocked down, a woman holds another to the ground and punches/slaps her face repeatedly, a person is kicked backwards out of a window and lands on the ground below, two people are nearly hit by a falling bell, and two people roll down steps.

A man wraps a chain around a woman's neck, and then she pushes his head into a mirror a few times (a small bloody cut is visible), kicks his face repeatedly, and presses her foot into his neck.

A man grabs another by the neck and pulls him out of an airplane; they freefall for a while but eventually land safely (while they're falling a bomb is unstrapped from one of them and explodes, but neither is harmed).

A woman appears to be shot in the back and falls to the ground (we see blood on her shirt and on a nearby man's shirt); after a few seconds we learn it's a scene for a movie.

A girl punches a man's face, a woman punches a man's face and kicks him repeatedly (he has a bloody mouth afterwards), a man elbows a woman, a man is hit in the back and dragged into a car, a man is dragged into a room and locked inside, and it's implied that a person is drugged and kidnapped (we only see powder being added to the person's drink).

In one scene a man repeatedly shoots at and nearly hits a few people who are chasing him; in another scene lots and lots of bullets are fired into a trailer, nearly hitting a person inside (we later see the bullet-hole-ridden trailer collapse after the person leaves).

A person harpoons a helicopter and a few people hang from the line, a woman falls off a helicopter but is saved, and a few people jump from a helicopter that is hit by a missile and explodes (later we see them lying face-down in the surf, uninjured). A building explodes, knocking a few people backwards into a car's windshield (none is injured); in another scene a missile blows up a building, knocking a few people to the ground.

Bitch is used many times including in a song.1 use of bastard, 3 use of damn, 2 use of ass, 1 use of goddamn, 2 use of Jesus. several insults (two heard in song lyrics), and a profane finger gesture. oh, god is used.the word bitch part of a song title is shown in the ending credits.

Some alcohol consumption at parties, nothing explicit.

Dylan smokes in the ladies' bathroom in her brief flashback.

The Thin Man and Eric Knox smoke.

Rated PG-13 for action violence, innuendo and some sensuality/nudity
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG (Canadian Home Video rating) / Denmark:11 / Finland:K-16 (2014) (TV rating) / Finland:K-14 (2000) / France:Tous publics / Germany:12 / Greece:K-13 / Hong Kong:IIA / Iceland:12 / Ireland:12 / Italy:T / Malaysia:U / Malaysia:P13 (re-rating) / Mexico:B / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Norway:15 / Peru:14 / Portugal:M/12 / Russia:0+ / Singapore:PG (censored version) / Singapore:PG13 (re-rating) / South Korea:15 / Spain:T / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) / UK:15 / USA:PG-13 (No. 37229)

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