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Out for a Kill
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Sex & Nudity

A woman is seen in revealing lingerie. She pulls the top down, revealing her bare breasts, and moves closer to a man, presumable to have sex (not shown).

Strippers are seen topless and dancing provocatively a number of times.

A woman is shown wearing a semi-transparent top. Her nipples are somewhat visible through the fabric. There are close up shots of her breasts while wearing this top.

A woman is briefly seen topless getting a tattoo.

Several women wear revealing outfits.

Twice women are seen topless in bed with the sheets covering them - no nudity.

A car crashes into a lingerie shop's front window. A number of nude mannequins are seen.

Violence & Gore

This is a Steven Seagal film. So it is full of martial arts brawls and gunfights. Some of the fighting is fairly graphic and includes spurting blood and the sound of bones breaking.

Seagal throws a sword at an escaping bad guy, and the sword chops the guy's head off.

Lots of people are killed in a variety of ways.

There is a car chase seen in which cars have severe crashes - no injuries are shown.

Profanity

Moderate swearing and other profanities. Some of the profanities are in English - others are in Chinese with subtitles.

Frequent smoking and alcohol consumption.

Bags of powdered drugs (presumably heroin) are seen several times.

A woman has bruising on her arm indicative of intravenous drug use.

A woman can be seen with a needle stuck in her arm.

Intense violent images.

A nightclub gets shot up with a number of people killed graphically. Much of the shooting is shown repeatedly from various angles and might be disturbing to some viewers.

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, language, nudity and some drug content

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