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Women are shown working in bikinis

A painting of a woman with an exposed breast is shown in several shots

A scene is shown where a woman gets out of a public shower near a beach, side shot of breasts are show for a few seconds.

Close-ups of women in bikinis many of which are Brazillian cut.

The bottom few inches of two women's butts are focused on in a passing shot of a car.

A few kisses are shown, including one at the end with a female character wearing a short dress and sitting in another characters lap while driving down an Autobahn.

A beach scene with several bikinis (including Brazillian cut). One team member, wears a skimpy swimsuit to entice Hernan Reyes to touch her rear in order to get his hand print.

Many sexual references. ("Vaginal activity", "sexy legs", "taste of pussy" etc.)

7/10 the review below ruins the movie do not read. Many scenes of violence. Necks are broken, people shot (sometimes with small blood spurts), etc.

A character is smashed in the head with a small metal statue, the bloody statue can be seen being placed back on a desk. Nothing graphically shown.

A lengthy fight scene between Toretto and Hobbs is shown on screen, many punches, kicks, throwing through glass, into walls, etc. At the climax of the fight scene, a Dom slams a wrench down, appearing to be on Hobbs' face, however it is revealed he smashed the wrench next to his head. There is quite a bit of blood throughout the scene.

After the fight scene, characters are attacked when being transported. An RPG strikes a vehicle causing it to flip over and catch on fire. A character is scene crawling out, but is later killed when two grenades are dropped where was stuck. A lot of gunfire and and killing.

Vince is shot and killed during the street attack. There is nothing extremely graphic here. Blood is clearly seen once, but he dies peacefully in the end.

A man is executed on screen but the camera cuts away before any bullet impact is seen.

Very large amount of horrific car crashes occur at the end.

The Unrated version has a bit more blood spurts, some of which are quite large, than the Theatrical version. These are hard to notice due to the fast paced action.


At least 1 F-word (Stay the f*** out of my way-Hobbs to a Brazilian officer) 4 sexual references, 20 scatological terms, 14 anatomical terms (3 mild), 18 mild obscenities, exclamations (shut up), 5 religious profanities and 4 religious exclamations.

Name-calling (circus clowns, Martin Luther King, Rick James, stupid, crazy, loco, special [meaning mentally handicapped], kook, Wyatt Earp, blood bullets and wrath of God kind of guy, wannabe and half-breed.)


A man jokes that he will buy a lifetime supply of antidepressants.

Men and women discuss in passing how a man is the leader of a drug cartel.

Men drink beers and liquor throughout the movie.

A man pours liquor and toasts with two men.

A woman turns down a drink because she is pregnant.

A woman tells a man that she knows he used to smoke two packs of cigarettes a day.


The street RPG attack scene is quite lengthy and violent.

A character is shown being blown up by grenades, a character has many gangsters running toward him but is later saved.

There are lots of car crashes near the end.

There are innumerable killings in the film, though none are insanely graphic or uncomfortably lengthy.

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, sexual content and language
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Canada:14A (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba) / Canada:PG (Ontario) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-13 / Germany:12 / Ireland:12A / Italy:T / Japan:G / Malaysia:18 / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Norway:15 / Peru:14 / Philippines:PG-13 (MTRCB) / Poland:12 / Poland:16 (TV) / Portugal:M/12 / Russia:16+ / Singapore:PG / Singapore:NC-16 (Blu-ray) / Singapore:PG13 (DVD rating) / South Korea:15 / Spain:12 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) / UK:12A / USA:PG-13 (certificate #46783)

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