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Nothing, save for George and Laura being in bed together. They kiss each other goodnight, that is all.

Scenes of the tragedy that surrounded 9/11, nothing else.

5 "h" words

1 "b" word

1 "F" word. At the 84 minute mark, Bush is meeting firemen and responders on ground zero and one of the firemen says to Bush, "Get those motherf*ckers". He says it quick, but it is easy to hear what he is saying. That is the only usage of the "F" word, and the reason why the film is rated R.

4 usages of "bastard"

Besides the lone usage of the "F" word, the film would be a PG movie. There is no senseless profanity, violence, or nudity. Altogether, the film should be rated PG-13 for "Brief Strong Language", not R.

Rated R for brief strong language

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