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The Cookout
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Parents Guide for
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There is no sex or nudity in this movie.

There are a few outfits worn during the movie that reveal some cleavage. (nothing explicit)

There is a reference to the size of a woman's nipples. This is only talked about. Nothing is seen.

Towards the end of the movie there is a scene where a woman wear's a cleavage revealing dress and no bra (her nipples protrude through her dress) Nothing more explicit is shown.

There is a car jacking scene. (not violent at all)

There is a scene where a family is taken hostage at gun point. This scene is not violent and has a comedic effect to it.

Some mild profanity. D**n, A*s, etc.

The term "negro" is used once, but it is by a black man and his wife. This has a comedic effect to it, however some may find it offensive.

Some drinking and smoking at the cookout.

There is a scene where a family is taken hostage at gun point. This scene is not violent and has a comedic effect to it, however some parents may not want their children to see the scene due to the nature of it.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for drug content, sexual references and language
Certification:
Argentina:13 / Iceland:LH / Singapore:PG / USA:PG-13 (certificate #40940)

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