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"Breaking Bad" Thirty-Eight Snub (2011)

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Men and women cuddle and make out at a party. One woman is seen walking around in a G-string.

A man punches another man in the face in a bar, bringing him to the ground. He then kicks him repeatedly. Unexpected, but little to no blood/gore.

Moderate language, including a few uses of "s**t."

The F word is heard twice in a rap song, but it's soft and easy to miss.

Two men snort crystal meth.

None, although the bar scene is somewhat unexpected.

Recommended for 14-15 and up.

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