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A man is shown streaking at the beginning, but its dark and only outlines are shown.

There is a very short scene at a strip club. Jennifer Aniston is on stage dancing against the pole in underwear briefly, then she goes backstage where more strippers in underwear are shown. One of the girls has a tattoo that says "Boner Garage" above her crotch, with an arrow pointing to her genitalia area. Various strip club scenes with women dancing, no nudity. Someone gets a lap dance.

Some crude jokes. Lots of sexual references throughout.

A woman touches another woman's clothed breasts. At the same time, a man fingers another man's ear.

A boy drops his pants, complaining a spider has bitten him on his genitals. His penis and enlarged testicle are seen in briefly a few times.

A character is shot in the shoulder and blood splatters on a wall. This is brief and he survives

A man is hit with batons.

A few fistfights or instances of physical contact that end with bloody noses.

A man jumps on a trash can (for his life) but his backpack drops first, closing the trash can before he lands on it. Played for laughs.

A man is electrocuted and is knocked unconscious.

A boy is bitten by a spider on his testicle.

Strong language and crude humor throughout. Around 97 uses of 'fuck', and some of 'bitch', 'ass', 'dick', and 'cock'.

The plot of the movie is about smuggling marijuana across the border, which means you see lots of pot on display, and there are many references to pot throughout. However, you never see anyone smoking pot or doing any other drugs in the film, resulting in the drug content being pretty tame apart from the film's themes.

Some mild drinking, and some cigarette and cigar smoking.


MPAA:
Rated R for crude sexual content, pervasive language, drug material and brief graphic nudity. (extended cut 2013)

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