Parents Guide for
"Click" Balls of Thunder (1997)

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Sex & Nudity

10/10

[This James Bond parody centres on a remote that when activated creates sexual arousal in whoever it is pointed at, lots of sex scene are featured but most are done for comedic effect]

At the start a woman in a bikini is shown swimming and exiting a pool. She is sat sunbathing when Rod Steele approaches her, she undoes her bikini top and puts her hand in her bikini bottoms and starts masturbsting, Rod Steele is attacked and whilst he's fighting the henchmen, the woman continues masturbating and rubbing her breasts, afterwards she is shown screaming implying climax

A woman is shown having sex with the bartender in a variety of positions as her male colleague looks on in horror.

Two women remove their clothes down to their panties, there bare breasts are shown. One woman begins masturburting herself as the second rubs a nightstick over her crotch, sucking the tip suggestively

A naked woman is shown dancing suggestively for a man, the man and woman are the. Shown having sex in variety of positions on the bed. Afterwards the woman climbs off the man and places a suction tube on his penis, the man is shown thrusting into it as he climaxes

A woman is tortured, a python is shown entering between her legs as the woman moans in pleasure (beastiality is implied). Rod Steele saves her afterwards

Violence & Gore

Profanity

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong sexuality, and for language
Certification:
USA:R / USA:AO (DVD)

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