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Sex & Nudity

Within the first 7 minutes of the movie a woman and a man kiss sitting down on a couch, the woman is in undergarments and the man clothed. He sees something in her pocket, pushes her off and runs out of the apartment. This scene is brief, only 15 seconds.

As part of a magic show, a woman wears a form-fitting outfit revealing bare thighs. She shakes her butt.

A man and a woman are looking through an ancient looking book. The book shows a page with a drawing of a woman, her breasts are seen for 1 second before they turn the page.

[Extended Version] A woman flashes her friend's breasts briefly for a second in a scene showing Mardi Gras party-goers. In a second scene, the man behind them covers her nipples, but her breasts are still exposed.

A man and a woman briefly kiss.

Violence & Gore

A magician dives into a tank of piranhas, shouts that she needs help and a man tries unsuccessfully to break the glass with a large pipe; the water turns blood red and the watching crowd screams, a woman in the crowd yells, "bullsh*t!" and people turn to see the magician shouting and standing in the middle of the crowd, wet but unharmed. Much of audiences thought she died during that part.

Two men fight with kicks and punches resulting in broken glass and furniture and damaged walls: they seem to throw fireballs at one another, having rolled near a lit fireplace, and then stand up and swing at each other; one man escapes by throwing playing cards like ninja stars and the other a man is shown with bleeding cuts on his face; while in the kitchen, another man is stuck with his jacket sleeves pulled behind him and stuck into a running garbage disposer (he escapes unharmed).

In an extended chase sequence, agents and a SWAT team chase four magicians on foot and then in cars; three fistfights end with police detectives handcuffed to each other as the magicians escape, cars swerve in and out of traffic on the streets and a highway and one car crashes into a bridge railing, rolls a dozen times and is left smoking and flaming until an agent rushes to pull out the driver but cannot do it and runs away when a giant explosion fills the screen with flames and smoke, blowing the agent and others out of the shot (we later see some blood on their hands and forehead); we hear the driver of the exploded car died (we do not see the body) and we later hear that he escaped alive.

An Interpol agent points a handgun at an unarmed fugitive, but does not fire and the fugitive escapes.

An FBI agent pulls a handgun and shoots at a magician on a crowded rooftop performance area but another agent knocks the gun off target as it fires; thousands of people are in the crowd, dancing and cheering loudly as play money falls all around them.

Four magicians run off a stage and a police officer pulls his handgun and yells "freeze" until a dozen men and women pile on top of the officer. FBI agents chase three people to a rooftop and tackle the only to find mannequins in their places.

Profanity

1 fuck, 1 middle finger gesture, 16 shits, 10 asses, 8 hell/damn, 1 use of dickhead.

A man is seen drinking in a bar, but not that much.

The plot twist is intense.

The action scenes, like the car chase, are intense.

HBO Content Advisory: PG13 for Adult Content, Adult Language, Mild Violence

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for language, some action and sexual content

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