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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

None

Violence & Gore

WARNING: MAJOR SPOILER!! if you read the following it will ruin the movie---the main theme of the movie is that there is a group of crooked cops, and they are trying to kil a witness being escorted down the street by Jack Mosley. It turns out the man escorting the witness was a crooked cop but has since changed and wants to wash himself clean. He lets the witness go, and ends up testifying against the bad cops.

several scenes with gunplay, with guilty and innocent people getting hurt/killed

(some characters are shown with blood because they came in contact with people who were bleeding)

there is a hostage scene with may upset some people. (all hostages end up being ok)

Profanity

16 S**t words, and 2 F**k words.

Jack Mosley is an alcoholic, and is shown drinking several times during the beginning of the movie

the "hostage" scene is very rough, however no one gets killed

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for violence, intense sequences of action, and some strong language

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