Jeff, Who Lives at Home
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Two women kiss.

We see two men eating at Hooters, where the waitresses are wearing short, tight shorts and tight, low-cut, cleavage exposing tops; we see posters on the wall of women wearing bikinis and multiple photographs of women wearing short shorts and tight, cleavage exposing tops.

A man is seen sitting on a toilet and his shorts are around his knees (no nudity is visible).

Two characters discuss another character giving a "hand job." There are other various sexual dialogue occurrences throughout the movie (nothing major)

A small group shoves a man to the ground and takes his money.

Two men wrestle a bit before one is pinned against a wall.

A husband and a wife argue

43 "F" words (one used sexually), several uses of "s**t" and mild obscenities.

A man smokes weed out of a bong by himself.

Two guys share a joint.

Alcohol is occasionally seen and drank.

A man drives while intoxicated and crashes his car.

A man drives recklessly and crashes into a tree. The passengers are unharmed.

Two men jump off of a bridge to save the family in a car that went over.

Rated R for language including sexual references and some drug use
Australia:MA15+ / Canada:14A (Alberta/Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Germany:6 / Germany:12 / Germany:6 (f) / Ireland:15A / Malaysia:18 / Netherlands:12 / Singapore:NC-16 / South Korea:15 (re-rating) (2013) / South Korea:18 (original rating) (2012) / Sweden:11 (DVD rating) / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #46613)

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