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A man seduces his girlfriend by removing his clothes but no nudity is seen.

There's a strip club scene when we see a dancer on top of the table with very tempting close ups but no nudity.

Robin Williams is trying to shoot his brother while he is sleeping and holds up a playboy centerfold to shoot through and you see the centerfold butt in the air showing inbetween her legs as well it only last for a moment but enough for me to note it for viewers.

A man is accidentally shot in the chest and blood is seen running down his shirt. The scene is not very graphic.

Various of lumps, extravasations and other types of scars seen. More for a comedic effect though.

A frozen body is carried around and left as food for animals. Later, we see the carcass halfway eaten. This scene is very graphic.

Lots of different cuss words. The wife of Robin Williams has some kind of disorder and so she swears alot.

varies times of drinking and getting drunk and other times of social drinking

Some viewers might find the corpse frightening. First it's a dead frozen man with his eyes open, but then they show it with his face gone from animals eating it.

Rated R for language including sexual references and some violence

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