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Some mild crude humor.

A man and woman kiss passionately.

A man walks out on a porch with an inflatable sex doll and asks what would be good to clothe her with. The only feature about the doll that is unusual is a big mouth.

A man teaches some women how to do a "BJ". They use some carrots and another vegetable (Cucumber or Zucchini Squash). Another man misunderstands and that is used to create comedy.

A couple of women are seem topless with their breasts clearly visible and that creates drama relevant to the story.

One fight between two drunk men.

At the end, during the credits, a man is killed by a car falling on him and then exploding, not too graphic and meant to be funny.

A man shoots himself in the neck with a tranqulizer gun; he suffers more than would be expected but his suffering is intended to be funny.

About 12 F words and its derivatives. One religion insult.

Cigarette smoking, heavy drinking, and drug use.

Rated R for some strong sexual content, nudity and language (original rating)
Argentina:16 / Australia:MA / Brazil:14 / Canada:18A (Alberta/Manitoba) / Canada:14A (British Columbia) / Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) / Canada:18 (Nova Scotia) (unrated version) / Canada:14A (Ontario) / Canada:18A (Ontario) (unrated version) / Canada:14+ (TV rating) / Finland:K-15 / Germany:12 / Iceland:12 / Ireland:18 (extended version) / Malaysia:(Banned) / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:R13 / Peru:14 / Singapore:R(A) / Singapore:R21 (re-rating) / South Korea:18 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #39406) (original rating) / USA:Unrated (unrated DVD version)

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