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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

None.

Violence & Gore

A man punches another man in the face repeatedly (he has a bloody, bruised and swollen face) and the man doing the beating has a very bloody hand.

We hear a dog being beaten (thuds, yelping and whimpering) and see the dog lying on the ground with bloody wounds. Graphic.

A man is beaten up by two men who slam his head into a desk, kick and punch him. Graphic.

A man puts an injured dog in the trunk of his car and is bitten on the neck while doing so (we see a trickle of blood on the man's neck).

Profanity

98 F-words, 14 sexual references, 35 scatological terms, 29 anatomical terms, 16 mild obscenities, 1 derogatory term for Hispanic-Americans.

The main character is a drug dealer, and cops find drugs hidden in his house--but no illegal drug use is shown. There is a lot of drug talk. Lots and lots of drinking, to varying degrees of dunkenness. A group of older men give a 17-year-old alcohol, and we hear that she took ecstasy (e). Many characters smoke a lot.

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong language and some violence

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