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Trying to impress Sister Encarnacin, Nacho leans up against a wall in his tight pants and then flexes his covered butt cheeks together (and says his robe "was stinky" when Sister Encarnacin asks him why he's not wearing it).

A thug flattens the tires on Nacho's scooter with a switchblade. Esqueleto then throws his corn on the cob on a stick at a second thug (we see it sticking out of his eye socket, but with no blood).

Wrestling fight scenes throughout.

At least 1 crap. Also, Nacho at one point states "He's a real douche!" in reference to the villain of the story. 1 "hell" is heard in a song's lyrics.

Ramses and his manager have wine, with Ramses throwing his glass of it onto Nacho when he realizes he's an imposter in the party band.

Two small, furry, man beast type wrestlers may be a little scary looking to very young viewers.

Suitable for everyone.

If movies had ESRB ratings: E10+ for Alcohol Reference, Crude Humor, Mild Language, Violence

Rated PG for some rough action, and crude humor including dialogue

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