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MPAA Rated R for strong crude and sexual content, some graphic nudity, language, alcohol and brief drug use

Sex & Nudity

  • Nudity rating: 9/10
  • A lot crude sex references, both visual (very few though) and mentioned in the dialogue. Dialogue is crass and explicit.
  • A teenager masturbates while a woman on a webcam talks sexually to him, he is seen completely nude covering his genitals.
  • The four main characters all wear shirts that say "Pussay Patrol", and have images of cats with giant erect penises on the front.
  • A teenager is having sex with a much older woman, you hear minor noises but its only really confirmed by the teenager talking about it briefly.
  • A teenager is seen fingering (not explicitly) an older woman. Played for laughs.
  • A boy pulls a teenager's pants down and his genitals are seen in explicit detail for quite a bit.
  • A male erotic dancer strips and is then implied to perform fellatio on himself. Very explicit scene with full frontal nudity.
  • Characters are shown undressing in order to swim naked in the sea - the shots are from behind.
  • A character gropes a girls naked breast. (shown for about 2 seconds). The breasts are exposed but not too clear as the scene is dark.
  • A girl and a boy are shown "dry humping" each other- both are fully clothed.
  • A teenager is made to sell his clothes, and is bullied into selling what he is wearing; he covers his genitals with his hands. A hint of genitals can be seen.
  • Graphic male frontal nudity and a lot of crass dialogue.

Violence & Gore

  • 3/10
  • The owner of the hotel where the boys are staying is shown holding a dead dog.
  • A teenage boy is hit by a quad bike and falls over, his leg hurt.
  • Several scenes where characters are threatened.
  • A teenage boy falls asleep in an ant's nest, and when he wakes up his face has been bitten badly.
  • Two teenage boys briefly scuffle in a public street before being pulled apart and dragged in separate directions.


  • 7/10
  • 2 uses of "cunt"; one used as a harsh comment towards a character, and the other is used straight after by another character, denying the first comment ("she's not a cunt!").
  • 3 "cunt"s in the uncut blu-ray, the two mentioned above and a more harsh, aggressive one. In the dvd, James says 'You're not fucking alright anywhere you scrawny little shit'. In the blu-ray version he says ' You're not fucking alright anywhere you scrawny little cunt'.
  • 'Fuck' and 'Shit' are used almost 100 times each, used from the beginning to the end constantly.
  • Frequent uses of strong obscenities, including: "dick", "twat", "pussy", "wanker", "bastard", "minge", "muff", "cock", "wank", "dickhead", "arsehole", "tits", "clunge", "bitch", and "gash" are all used, among others.
  • Milder language is infrequent; "damn", "hell", "bumhole" and "arse".
  • All done for comedy and is done in necessary places it is not said with out a reason.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 6/10
  • Many scenes involving alcohol drinking, drunkenness and hangovers. Nearly every other scene shows alcohol being consumed.
  • In one scene, a man snorts up cocaine in a bathroom with a banknote very quickly and briefly, not clear.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • 2/10
  • Some people may find the scenes of bullying (such as will being badly wedgied) and threats upsetting, although they are done for laughs.
  • Total: 30/50


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Violence & Gore

  • A teenage boy becomes annoyed with a child, and jokingly threatens to kill him several times. He then throws the boy into a pool, before realizing he cannot swim.The boy's body is shown at the bottom of the pool, however several people dive in to help him out.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There is a scene where a child is thrown into a pool and the child cannot swim; we see his body at the bottom of the pool.However the child is immediately rescued by other swimmers, the scene is comedic. The scene is focused on the humourous reaction of the character who threw the child into the pool.

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