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(2011)

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Certification

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MPAA Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, sexual content and language
Certification

Sex & Nudity

  • 4/10
  • 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.)

Violence & Gore

  • 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.
  • 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.

Profanity

  • 5/10
  • 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.)

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 3/10
  • 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.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • 4/10
  • The street RPG attack scene is quite lengthy and violent.
  • There are lots of car crashes near the end.
  • There are innumerable killings in the film, though none are insanely graphic or uncomfortably lengthy.

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Violence & Gore

  • 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.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

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

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