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6/10

A nuclear power station is amusingly positioned to look like a penis and testicles.

Eddie appears in one shot wearing only a chefs hat over his penis. We get a rear view when he turns around.

Richie dresses up in a guest's rubber bra and panties.

Sex references all the way through.

Richie holds a vibrator and turns it on for a while.

8/10

All the way through there is comedy violence.

Richie accidentally jabs himself with his badge. Little blood comes out which stains his shirt, although he changes into a clean shirt.

Guests who have eaten radioactive poisoned fish start spraying green vomit everywhere and have diarrhea sounding farts.

9/10

Frequent uses of the word twat all the way through as Richie's surname is Twat (supposed to be pronounced "Thwaite" but often mispronounces as "Twat").

Several uses of the words fuck (two with prefix mother/father), shit and bastard. One use of the word cunt, although not used in an aggressive context.

Towards the end of the film, most of the guests are very sick due to eating radioactive poisoned fish. They start spraying green coloured vomit everywhere and have diarrhea sounding farts. Although the vomiting is clearly exaggerated and fake, it is really gross and not for anyone who is easily disgusted.


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Rated R for gross humor, comic violence, language and sexual content

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