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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Sex & Nudity

A couple of women are shown topless, both in a comical and titillating sense. Male dancers at a party mime receiving anal sex and blowjobs. A woman in a glass cage is nude, but only her breasts and buttocks are briefly visible.

A woman invites a man to sleep with her while she is shirtless (breasts are visible).

A woman is removing her clothes in a room. A man is watching her through a big mirror. Her breasts and nipples are visible.

A woman's right nipple is briefly visible as she lies drunk on a bed. Partial breast nudity is seen for some time.

The pubic hair of a woman is briefly shown while her skirt is adjusted.

The nudity shown in this film is generally non-genital female nudity, briefly shown, in a non-sexual context.

Violence & Gore

In a big gun fight, a man is shot in the head (some blood is shown on the window of a car); a man's gunshot wound is shown. A man tries to perform CPR on another man with a gunshot wound (blood leaks from the man's mouth). There's also a car wreck, and several more men are shot (no blood).

A man is shot in the chest (he falls back; there's a little blood)

There's a cutaway scene in which a woman is decapitated (it's part of a cheap horror film); a monster swings at the woman and a crude bloody replica of her head flies through a window.

Two men fish a corpse out of a lake; the corpse has bruises and wounds all over the face, and it is stated that her neck is broken. A corpse is thrown off the roof of a building (it hits the side of a dumpster).

The aftermath of a suicide is shown (we see the legs of a corpse, a shotgun, and blood and matter splattered over the wall).

A man has his finger chopped off by mistake; the severed finger is shown, the man is shown getting his finger sewn back on (we see the bloody finger and a doctor stitching it).

Harry accidentally shoots a man in the head (the man falls over and Harry reacts).

A man is shot in the chest several times (he looks down in shock and crashes into a table).


66 f-cks, 33 sh-ts, 8 -sses (7 with "hole"), 6 sons of b-tches, 4 b-tches (3 by antagonists), 2 f-ggots, and 1 each of p-ssy, c-nt, and c-cksucker. Also 44 instances of "God" (5 with "damn"), 10 of "Jesus", 9 of "hell", and 4 of "Christ".

Characters smoke and drink frequently. Mention of marijuana use.

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Rated R for language, violence and sexuality/nudity

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