The Adventures of Pluto Nash
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Bruno is repeatedly the butt of both visual and verbal humor throughout the film, from his second sentence until the closing scene. He flirts with a number of scantily clad androids, one of whicha "French Maid" model owned by Plutohas the disconcerting habit of repeatedly dropping objects and bending down to pick them up. Upon seeing her, Bruno slaps her on the rear. In return, he receives a slap on the face (which seems to delight him).

While sneaking into Craters casino, an amorous automated slot machine tails Bruno, urging him to "get lucky." When a frustrated Bruno rips its arm off, it moans excitedly and calls him "a sick bastard."

After running low on energy, Bruno gets a jump start by having a battery clipped to a small metal bar in his crotch.

Bruno laments his chances of hooking up with another android hes fond of since they arent "compatible" (hes 110 volts and shes 220).

One gag involves Pluto and Dina looking for clues about Rex Crater while visiting a body alteration clinic as a married couple. Pluto details to the doctor which intimate areas of Dina he wants changed and exactly how they should look. They then proceed to a scanning machine which displays their new and improved bodies clad only in skimpy matching underwear. After finding "the perfect wife," Tony has her cloned and marries both. When asked which is the original, he quips, "Who cares?"

Several incidental characters wear skimpy costumes.

Lasers blast, fights break out and anti-gravity cars rocket over the lunar landscape at breakneck speeds. But while the action may be frequent and intense, its never bloody.

An early scene finds Pluto charging into a bar where everyone is gunning for him. He grabs one of Morgans henchman to use as a human shield (the henchman is quickly shot and the resulting firefight guts the bar).

Similar confrontations at a hotel and a storage dump ratchets up the human and android body count.

A car chase ends in a fiery explosion.

The final confrontation with Crater turns into an extended brawl that ends in a shooting. One character falls to his death. Another is electrocuted.

While not as profane as the R-rated 48 Hours and Beverly Hills Cop movies, it is still wise for moviegoers to remember that this is still an Eddie Murphy movie and contains a quantity of foul language. About 50 profanities appear in the film, including over 15 uses of the s-word. There are also over half-a-dozen abuses of Gods name.

Plutos club does a thriving business in alcohol and he offers free drinks to a man whos about to be divorced (hes out on a "bachelor party").

Pluto mixes his own martinis by drinking directly from the bottle and swishing the gin and vermouth in his mouth.

Several times Pluto smokes cigars.

After rejecting Rex Craters initial offer to buy the club, Pluto offers to send him a case of scotch to make amends.

To find Carter, Pluto indulges in illegal activities, impersonating a police officer, stealing a car and hacking into police files.

10+ should be fine with this

Rated PG-13 for violence, sexual humor and language

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