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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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talking about unmarked brown paper packages containing "dildos, octo-pussys, blowup dolls, porn" etc.

asking if someone is a "full throttle homosexual"

do you like "sex and travel" and recieving all the "10 dollar hookers you can shake your stick at"

leaving you to presume that 2 men are going to have sex (doesn't show on camera) then showing them sleeping the next morning.

There is no nudity, only strong sexual language. It is only in particular scenes, which can be forwarded through, specifically the hitch hiker scenes.

A man pulls a gun on a woman and threatens her, and he is then shot through the hand by another man, splattering the woman with blood, and he is then shot several more times in the chest, with further bloody results; this scene is rather startling.

Following a standoff, a woman shoots a man in the neck and we see a bloody hole with smoke coming out of it.

A young man is killed by a falling bullet; we see a large, extremely bloody hole in his head, and a lot of blood in a car where his body is placed.

In a historical flashback scene, a man fires a gun, which backfires and kills him, with bloody results.

In another historical flashback scene, several people get into a standoff, a man shoots and kills another man, with bloody results, and a woman then shoots herself in the head and we see her lying in a pool of blood.

A man shoots a man in the chest, wounding him, and then shoots him again off screen, killing him.

A man shoots another man dead off screen, and we see his body lying on the ground.

It's implied that a man threw another man off a hotel balcony and killed him; we see his body being taken away in an ambulance.

A man shoots another man in the foot, off screen.

Lots of other threatening with guns, and a few punches.

About 70 F-words, and a lot of other profanities throughout.


smoking cigarettes througout

One reference to pot smoking

Most of the scenes listed under VIOLENCE & GORE are more or less intense and/or startling.

Rated R for violence and language

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