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Everything Must Go
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Parents Guide for
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While urinating Nick hears moaning, sceen involves a man and woman are having dominatrix sex. No nudity but is clear the woman is using adult toys on the man.

A man tries to punch another man who grabs the man's arms and pins them behind him, and pushes his face onto a desk until two police officers come and pull the two men apart.

A man throws a beer at a cash register, and the cashier shouts at the man and kicks him out of the store. . There is really no major violence in the film.

About 6 F-words and its derivatives (f*cking, f*cked), 1 obscene hand gesture, 3 sexual references, 10 scatological terms, 6 anatomical terms

A woman gives a man some Valium pills and tells him they will calm him down. Throughout the movie we see a man drinking cans of beer and from a flask.


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Rated R for language and some sexual content

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