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Some of the men in the prison assume THEY are women.

A man goes into a back room with one of these people and pulls down a blind. You see the silhouette of them kissing each other, in a humorous fashion.

We see a video of a man being approached by another man, one puts lipstick on the other, they kiss, they go behind a screen, and we see their silhouettes as they hug and kiss.

We see a video of a man posing in jockey shorts for an older woman: she is then seen in her undergarments (a girdle, garter belt and stockings), the man swats her on the buttocks with a book, and they run around.

A woman swims in a bikini and the camera focuses on her barely covered buttocks as she climbs out of the pool, and several women wear short and tight-fitting tops that reveal cleavage and bare abdomens and the camera lingers on one woman's breasts.

Several cheerleaders wear short tops and skirts that reveal cleavage, bare abdomens and legs, a woman wears an extremely low cut dress that reveals a lot of cleavage, and many women wear an array of revealing outfits at a party, mostly exposing cleavage, bare shoulders, backs, abdomens and legs.

We see several men nude in a locker room: most are bare-chested with towels on or below the waist, one man showers (we see his bare chest, abdomen and legs) and two other men make comments about the size of his endowment.

A gay man wearing a skirt does a cartwheel, and his skirt flips up revealing his bare buttocks (he wears a jockstrap under his skirt).

Several gay inmates practice a cheer and they spell out a part of the male anatomy with their bodies. Several gay inmates do cheers wearing skimpy outfits and they wiggle their hips and buttocks toward the crowd.

An older woman locks herself in an office with a man, she approaches him with two glasses of wine, they drink and she says that he has to "earn" a favor (implying some sort of sexual exchange).

An older woman looks at a photograph of a man in jockey shorts and makes a suggestive comment ("Oh, what I could do to you.").

There are comments made about prison sex in several scenes (one has a character saying that a group of gay men, "don't look so good now but wait 6 months...").

A man makes a remark about there being "less sodomy" in politics than in prison.

A man tells another man that, "you had sex with my wife before we got married."

A man prays and vows to ."..stop cheating on my wife with black guys."

An inmate cheers and says "group hug in the showers tonight."

A gay man makes suggestive remarks about another man ("I think I'm in love," he asks a woman where her "sexy boy toy" is, etc.).

A man tosses a large athletic supporter to a man and makes reference to the size of his genitals.

Some exaggerated football violence.

A mans nose is broken and the main character pushes it back to place and we hear crunches (in a comic fashion)

Chris Rock's character gets killed in an explosion in a cell. not much violence is shown (just the beginning), but it is rather intense.


53 s-words..(almost pervasive and strong for a PG-13 movie) 1 use of the "f" word by an inmate (Chris Rock), about 25 uses of the word "bitch" and 6 uses of the word "nigger" which may offend some African-American people, and few uses of "hell".

Some scenes of drinking alcohol. A character claims he can "hook you up" with drugs, naming the ones he is able to supply. Some scenes of people smoking, not very noticeable though. crack, weed, etc.

Chris Rock gets killed by being blown up (you only see the flames) instead of who should have been Adam Sandler's character.

Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, violence, language and drug references
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:16 / Canada:PG / Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia) / Canada:PG (Ontario) (film #2000050669) / Finland:K-15 / Germany:12 / Hong Kong:IIA / Iceland:L / Ireland:15A / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:12 / Norway:15 / Philippines:PG-13 / Singapore:PG / Singapore:PG13 (re-rating) / South Korea:15 / Sweden:11 / UK:12A / UK:15 (DVD rating) / USA:PG-13 (No. 41698)

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