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Parents Guide for
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The main character's face is very bruised and has lots of cuts with dried blood on it due to a car crash.

The main character's leg is trapped under the dash of a car, it is bloodied and severely injured and he is in a lot of pain.

The main character has a rather bad injury on his leg and many times throughout the movie it obviously causes him a significant amount of pain.

A cougar often appears and eats miscellaneous dead bodies.

There are lots of moments in the movie where dead bodies are shown, they sometimes have blood and guts.

Two men point guns at each other. Adrien Brody's character chokes a woman who may or may not even really be there.

A bank heist and a kidnapping/hostage with guns pointed at police officers.

Multiple uses of the f-word and occasional uses of the s-word.

Rated R for language and some violent content
Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:14A (Ontario) / Netherlands:16 / Singapore:NC-16 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #46199)

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