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MPAA Rated PG-13 for violence, sexual humor and language

Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • 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.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 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.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • 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

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