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Mean Creek
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Young men talk about becoming sexually aroused.

On a dare, a young man pulls down his pants to show a group of teenagers his penis (we see his bare buttocks).

A young man holds a phone receiver to his crotch and makes sexual sounds (panting and moaning).

A young man makes a sexual gesture with a bottle.

Two men talk about going to have sex with women.

Three young men talk about masturbation and one describes what he thinks about while doing so (a young woman performing oral sex on him).

A boy is dared to "strip naked and jump in the river."

A boy is pushed off a boat and into a river, he flails about, hits his head on a hard object (we see a bit of blood in the water) and a girl performs CPR on him.

A boy tackles another boy to the ground and hits him leaving him with a bloody and bruised cheek and eyebrow.

A young man grabs his younger brother by the ear and hair and holds his head near the ground while twisting.

A girl stabs a snail with a knife (we hear a squish and see goo ooze out of it).

A young man with a gun robs a convenience store.

A young man shoves another young man to the ground and holds him, and then he shoves another young man to the ground.

We see a dead body with blue-tinged skin, and we see a dead body being buried (it is dragged by the feet and put in a hole in the ground).

People cut their fingers with a knife (we see slicing and blood).

A young man talks about "getting raped every night" if he were to go to prison.

A young man punches another young man in the arm.

A boy talks about another boy having hit him in the head with a baseball bat.

At the end of the movie a boy angrily and sadistically shouts, and tells over and over again how some other guy's father shot himself in the head.

A boy vomits (we see puke and hear gagging).

1 C-word, 38 F-words, 1 obscene hand gesture,

Underage people are shown smoking tobacco, drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.

A young man drinks beer while driving.

When George gets pushed over the boat and drowns until death. Intense.

Also at the beginning when Sam's character is getting beat up by George.

The climax, where George realizes that all the other kids just wanted, was to drop him off the boat. This scene is very intense and very emotional.

After George dies the entire film is very sad and emotionally intense. Especially when the children come clean to the police and Georges mother.


MPAA:
Rated R for language, sexual references, teen drug and alcohol use

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