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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

Sex with no nudity shown but very graphic scene: a girl wearing a mini-skirt. Cleavage is shown.

A girl kisses and gropes her boyfriend.

A man's private part is cut off but nothing is seen.

Violence & Gore

The whole plot revolves around people dying in car accidents or other violent ways. Some deaths are humorous in tone, but nevertheless macabre.

At the beginning of the movie, a body lands on the windshield of a man's car. He gets out and we briefly see a grisly image of the body's face.

A woman hits a man in the head with a flashlight, making him bleed.

A group of guys hit a girl with their car, killing her; a man is at the scene and shoots at the car as it drives away.

A guy peeing out of a car's window gets his penis cut off in an accident (not shown). He bleeds heavily (he is covering his crotch area with his hands). His mutilated penis is then found and collected.

A girl lets her friend shoot her in the arm to fake a robbery. Her bloody bandaged arm is briefly seen later on.

During sexual intercourse in a grave yard, a sculpture's head that is on a tombstone falls off and crushes a man's face. In another scene we see his bloody and badly deformed face from the side (pretty gruesome).

There are 2 separate accounts of a person trying to stuff a body into a trunk.

Profanity

The F-word is used 57 times throughout the movie.

The S-word is used a few times, along with other swear words.

"Jesus Christ" and "Oh My God" are heard a few times.

A man has drunk before driving and a policeman stops him. His driving licence was retired months before.

A group of guys have alcoholic bottles in their car and appear stoned.

Several people are hit with cars; all of these scenes are intense and sudden.

There is a lot of black humour in this movie, and some viewers might be upset by it.

Rated R for violence, sexuality, and language - Not suitable for people under 14 years of age

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