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The Great Raid
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

(28:02) Two men speak of "sucking on Rita Hayworth's tits".

(1:57:23) Two men speak of how the others mother would feel about $10.

Violence & Gore

This film contains some very graphic and brutal sequences of war violence. The opening scene shows american soldiers being torched and then gunned down, all on-screen. Innocents are shot at point-blank range, and then shown graphically pilled up on the ground. Blood is shown spurting out of POWS heads as ten are shot at point-blank range behind the head. A graphic war sequence depicts some carnage as well as graphic gunshot wounds. One soldier's body disintegrates as he is shot by multiple machine guns. A man is stabbed then shot three times. Another's stomach gets blown open.

Profanity

Three GD, one Jesus exclamation. One soldier compares to sucking on Rita Hayworth's tit and the other says he was it more like Mae West.

None.

The brutality the Japanese military showed towards the innocent and American soldiers, during war and in camps also, is very intense and disturbing.

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Rated R for strong war violence and brief language

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