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Sex & Nudity

A few characters grope women's breasts.

A man accidentally downs a bottle of Viagra that causes a huge erection, after a cat clings to the bulge with its claws, the man jumps off a balcony and smashes to the groundpenis first.

Cindy's oversexed best friend, Brenda, makes continuous jokes and motions regarding oral, anal and manual sex, sex in public, urination during sex, STDs and masturbation (one especially crude visual involves her seemingly pleasuring a villager). She also comments about turning a torture device into a sex toy.

Several characters chime in about having had sex with Tom's ex-wife.

A Brokeback Mountain bit involves two guys stripping down to have sex in a tent. Though the scene shows them only from the chest up, later we see both their backsides. (We also witness their tent shaking wildly.)

Two men from the religious community get married, and they're shown deep kissing.

The camera gets a close-up of a guy grabbing his crotch.

Cleavage is emphasized throughout.

Violence & Gore

Just as plentiful as the crude sex jokes is the over-the-top slapstick comedy that, while never bloody or gory, is still violent.

Tom's young daughter continuously takes the brunt of the blows, as she has her leg and head slammed in a car door, is (twice) struck by lightning and gets violently knocked over by her father.

Dr. Phil cuts off his foot, then raises the severed limb in the air (his cut flesh is shown still attached to a shoe).

Cindy gouges out her fake eye to retrieve a key.

A young woman's head is used to staple papers.

An older woman's noggin is similarly slammed against a surface repeatedly.

A man attempts to drown the boyish ghost in the bathtub, then hits him several times in the face with a plunger.

Aliens zap several humans ( la War of the Worlds), and their presence leads to lots of explosions. In one of those blasts, soldiers are sent flying, and their severed limbs are held up at various times.

A man gets stabbed.

Tom accidentally shoots himself twice.

Profanity

1 f-word and a dozen uses of the s-word.

"motherfucker." is nearly said but the man faints.

Other words include : Damn, pissed, hell, jesus, asshole (not heard but mouthed), ass clown, arse, bitch

Charlie Sheen's character tries to commit suicide by downing an entire bottle of pills and a flask of vodka.

A bar scene features beer everywhere.

Wine also gets some screen time.

A guy is called a crackhead.

Hip-hop tracks during the ending credits mention drinking at a club and smoking an unnamed substance.

The people getting Zapped.

It is implied that the world is ending.

While driving, an image of a boy's face surprisingly appears on the car window.

Some younger children may find the puppet man a bit disturbing, although they shouldn't be watching the film in the first place.

Japanese ghost boy (The Grudge) is disturbing to younger children.

A disturbing image shows a young woman missing her lower jaw.

As a whole, the film contains a lot of strong language and some moderate sex references along with moderate comical horror with slapstick violence. It is not as crude as the first three films but is generally unsuitable for younger teenagers. Should not be viewed by persons below the age of 15.

15+

30/50

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor throughout, some comic violence and language
Certification:
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:K-15 / France:U / Germany:12 / Hong Kong:IIB / Hungary:16 / Iceland:10 / Iceland:12 (video rating) / Ireland:15A / Italy:T / Malaysia:18PL / Malaysia:U (re-rating) / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Norway:15 / Philippines:R-13 (MTRCB) / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:M18 / Singapore:NC-16 (edited for re-rating) / South Korea:15 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) / UK:15 / USA:PG-13

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