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Sex & Nudity

6/10

A woman meets a DEA agent in a cheap motel twice:

In the first scene, he is shirtless while she wears only thong panties, revealing buttocks, breasts and abdomen. This scene begins with a close-up of her breasts.

In the second scene, she wears thong panties and a bra, revealing the rest of her body as she sits on the bed, and the man is completely clothed (sex is implied in both scenes).

We hear that a woman frequents a high-class hotel to meet her boyfriend for sex (we never see those scenes)

Mild-moderate sexual dialogue is used occasionally, such as "Your cock is massive. And I am in awe of your cock" and, "He can go fuck his mother". These are the strongest sexual references.

Violence & Gore

7/10

A scene where a sniper shoots several armed intruders from across the street. No blood and you only see one actually get shot.

A few car chases.

A man has drawing pins whacked into his hand, with a brief close-up of him pulling the pins away from his skin.

A banker performs a Russian roulette routine, first with a veterinary surgeon and then with one of the main characters. The vet is shot in the leg, with some detail of the impact and a large blood splatter onto the banker's face. In the other scene, after the gun fails to go off, the bullets are unloaded into the chest of a dying man on the floor, with some blood-spurts.

The main characters are strung up, upside down, in a bull pen and hit in the chests with a bat, with masked blows but strong sound-effects.

In the final shoot-out, many people are shot and killed with small amounts of blood spurting out,complete with grotesque sound effects. A helicopter crashes. A man gets shot several times.

Some chickens are used for target practice (they're not real). One main character shoots the heads off of them. Not graphic, brief, and only some blood.

Profanity

7/10

About 25 f-bombs and several other swear words, including racist names for whites, blacks and hispanics.

4/10

One of the main characters drinks several times through the film.

There are references to drug dealers as one of the men is a DEA agent.

4/10

A severed bloody head in a bag.

The scenes of Russian roulette are intense though are quite comic too.

A scene where a man is trying to escape from killers and is running around a canyon. Pretty intense because you don't know where anyone is.

Total: 28/50

13-14+

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MPAA:
Rated R for violence throughout, language and brief nudity

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