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Some crude homor

A mans ( very much fake ) penis is shown briefly. Played for laughs

A man's head is cut off (in a fake looking effect shot), a man is set on fire, a man's eyes are gouged out and then tossed on a table.

Many people are shot with varying amounts of blood appearing on clothing/other items. Some are shot casually without a chance to defend themselves.

There is a lot of kung-fu action that is relatively bloodless. A helicopter and two cars are destroyed in explosions.

20 uses of the f word and other such language.

Repeated use of racist/derogatory words and slang (towards both whites and blacks). Also, features both white and black characters using the "n-word."

The plot of this movie revolves around drug dealing and use, although the use is never graphic and entirely played for laughs.

Young children are shown addicted to "smack," and it is played for laughs.

A subplot involves a malt liquor that shrinks black men's penises. (see Sex/Nudity section)

Some comically violent scenes, but nothing that will be found disturbing to most viewers.

Rated R for sexuality/nudity, language, some violence and drug content
Australia:MA15+ / Canada:14A (Canadian Home Video rating) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) (DVD rating) / Finland:K-15 / Germany:16 / Ireland:15A / Netherlands:16 / Portugal:M/16 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #45443)

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