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Over Her Dead Body
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This movie has one scene where a character walks out of the gym shower and directly into the gym, but she is covering her breasts though and nothing is showing. Also, there is a sex scene though, even though nothing is shown but the screaming and the noises might be a bit much for younger kids.

A man lights a gas stove, the flame sets his sleeve on fire, and he dunks his arm in a pot of boiling water, and he is screaming and flailing throughout the ordeal.

A woman runs behind a moving truck, the truck stops short and the large ice sculpture that is loaded in the back tips over and crushes the woman (we hear the crash and she wakes up in a white room).

A priest performs an exorcism and we see a ghost break into small particles and eventually disappear entirely.

A ghost levitates off a chair and speaks in many voices while threatening a woman.

A woman screams when she sees a woman fall out a window (she's a ghost).

A ghost kicks another ghost in the shin and he complains that it hurt.

A woman lights a cherries jubilee after adding too much alcohol and a large flame shoots into the sky (we see her singed face).

A woman wakes up in a white room and is greeted by another woman who tells her, rather abruptly, that she is dead.

A ghost admits to dying in a drunk driving accident.

A ghost talks about wanting to kill a living woman.

Two men try to pick up an overweight dog, they fall down several times, they drop the dog, it yelps and another man eventually tries to help.

7 sexual references, 10 scatological terms, 6 anatomical terms, 17 mild obscenities, and 20 religious exclamations (there are a few utterances by a woman who says "God, Dan," that sound like a religious profanity).

Name-calling (idiot, loon, tick, crazy, insane and stupid) and 1 exclamation (heck.)

A man drinks a beer.

A man (ghost) admits to dying in a drunk driving accident.

A woman tells a man, "If you like me now, you'll love me when I'm drunk."

Rated PG-13 for sexual content and language

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