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Parents Guide for
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No sex or nudity shown, but there's a scene that implies the couple is about to have sex: The girl's shirt is off, she's in her bra but the boy is fully clothed. The scene then skips and we see the boy shirtless while the girl is finishing getting dressed.

We see a photo of the bottom half of a man who'd be run over by a train.

We see a man who has been cut in half by a train, the top half crawling.

Insides can be seen in both scenes.

The F-word is used at least once and the S-word at least four times. Perhaps there are a few more of these in indistinct lyrics in rap and metal songs. 'Fag' is used as an adjective to mean 'ridiculous' a couple of times in one scene. There is a little other course language.


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Rated R for some disturbing images, language and sexual content

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