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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Sex & Nudity

3/10

There's never more than a few minutes that go by without some sort of suggestive/sexual comment or dialogue.

- A woman says she has sex with her husband "all the time," after her friend asks her how her sex life is.

- A woman hides her husband's birthday gift in her skirt (we see her unzip it, and pull out a card)

- A man kisses his wife's breasts while she is walking around in her bra.

- A man uses a knife to cut the back of his date's dress so she can take it off. It is implied that he is looking at her completely naked backside. You can see the side of her butt for a brief moment before she covers up.

- A married couple kisses, sometimes very passionately.

- A married couple tell their neighbor that they are going to go "make love".

- A couple fights in the the car and a man suggests that they "Get it on right now!"

And much more

Violence & Gore

5/10

Please note that most of the violence in this film is very comical and cartoonish, but most of the fight scenes involve at least one person dying.

- Spence puts an explosive underneath a helicopter, and we see it go up in flames later with people inside.

- Spence and a guy get into a very violent fight as the other guy tries to kill Spence in his own home. They smash through glass windows and even through the staircase. The guy is tied up with duct tape and shot at. He is later killed when his car topples over.

- A woman strangles a man with an iPod cable. He lives.

- A woman is seen hanging from a chandelier, clearly dead.

- Many people are shot and killed with guns. Some blood is seen.

- A man is lying on the floor, alive. A woman drives over him (for comedic effect, you only see her car shake as it runs over him).

- A car is next to a gas tank, which explodes and kills the woman inside.

- A man is shot in the head and found later in his motel room. Blood is seen.

- A man and his wife open fire on a closet in which a man is hiding inside (he lives)

- A woman is shot in the head and falls down a staircase.

- A woman knocks on somebody's door. Another woman answers it, and punches her in the face. She then shuts the door like nothing happened.

- A man switches on a laser security system in his baby's room to protect him.

After a while, it gets to the point of being ridiculous how many supposed friends and neighbors are chasing them.

Profanity

6/10

There is some PG-13 language, such as shit, bitch, hell, and ''crap'' and one very rude and unnecessary use of the F-word . Also one use of God.D***.

There is alot of talk of porn.

The lead actress uses a lot of blasphemy, such as "Oh my God" and others.

The almost constant sexually dialogue might offend some.

- The main character's mother is a heavy drinker, she has some sort of alcoholic beverage every time you see her.

- A woman asks for three glasses of champagne. The rest of her family refuse, but she takes the three glasses for herself.

- After the last fight scene, the woman pours what looks like whisky into a mug.

- Some social drinking.

There are many intense fight scenes. Some can be very frightening for children and even some adults. The violence can be more intense in certain scenes - not all of it is comical and cartoonish.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for violent action, sexual material and language

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