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Strong sex references.

Moderate sex references, a man asks his friends about sex and talks about when he had sex with twins, nothing graphic though.

A man says that he may have gotten a woman pregnant because "she was two weeks late" (referring to her menstrual cycle).

Three women dance suggestive in schoolgirl outfits and kiss three men as they dance on them; one of them swallows a man's wedding ring.

A man follows a girl into the toilets as they are drunk and he thinks she was leading him on, he then makes references to them having sex in the toilet like they used to when they were younger. She rebuts him.

A man's nude buttocks are shown for three seconds as he proves the existence of a scar of his.

The f-word is used three times sexually, and there are two sexual hand gestures.

Strong fantasy violence.

All the violence is comical and over the top, there are scenes of violence but it's done to human-like robots with blue blood so no actual gore is seen.

Frequent strong violence in the second half, however all the blood is like blue paint and only the robot/aliens are injured.

A human-like robot's head is smashed open, and blue liquid pours out from it in a blood-like manner.

Many scenes of limbs being torn off, head smashed open, being cut in half or smashed through things, but this is all done to alien/robots and they can re-attach their limbs.

The blue blood/liquid is sprayed all over the characters in a comical fashion.

Some humans are thrown about and punched but none of them suffer bad injuries.

A man smashes his head into a wall 11 times to prove that he is human.

A man dives of a wall onto a car and the windows smash; he appears to be seriously injured but is actually fine.

In the middle of a dramatic argument, a man's bandaged arms are shown with a hospital bracelet on his wrist, implying self-harm and/or a suicide attempt.

Very strong language.

3 uses of "c*nt", about 98 f-words, and several uses of milder language such as "sh*t" and "cock".

Implied hard drug use.

Most of the film is set in various pubs and people are seen drinking, a few are seen drunk.

Some people are seen smoking in the background.

Some references to marijuana (shown onscreen for about 15 seconds total) and an ex-drug dealer is seen. They ask him for marijuana but he refuses, saying that he no longer deals drugs.

Some men jokingly make a hand gesture to their friend snorting cocaine in the bathroom; later when a policeman arrives, the man checks his pockets and says, "Oh, never mind, I did it all in the services."

A main character is an alcoholic, shown in a help circle once in the beginning of the film. It is also said that he once overdosed (this is not meant to be comical).

Moderate comic threat, horror.

Not a scary film, but a number of intense scenes.

The way the robots look may scare some children, as they have blue beams of light coming from their eyes and mouth

The violence is rather intense, however it is all presented in a highly stylized and comical manner and all done to robots that look like humans with blue blood. This may still scare younger children though.

There are some dramatic scenes during the end of the film involving arguing (not meant to be comical) and a man's bandaged wrists are shown with a hospital bracelet, implying self-harm and/or a suicide attempt.

15: very strong language, strong fantasy violence, sex references.

Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references.

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