The Hangover Part III
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Many sexual references/suggestions.

A few scenes feature brief glimpses of women in their underwear/ topless.

Characters imitate masturbation/ejaculation.

Sex talk/references. A flirtatious/sexual scene involving a lollipop.

One character is a retired stripper.

One unusual scene includes bare breasts and a naked man running around, his penis fully exposed.

This one contains more graphic violence than the first two. A main theme of the movie is that Doug has been kidnapped by Marshall so the Wolfpack will find Mr Chow who has escaped from prison. If they don't find and deliver Mr Chow Marshall will kill Doug.

Several characters are killed execution style by Marshall and Mr Chow.

Two dogs are drugged onscreen, and later there is a reference to the dogs being killed while drugged.

A man incites a prison riot so he can escape from jail. Several scenes of police/inmate violence here including people burning things and using prison type weapons.

NonStop graphic profanities

Stu writes and fills a prescription for Demerol and tries to drug Mr Chow. Later he drugs two dogs to break into a house.

Phil asks a Chow what he has been doing and he responds lots of cocaine (a bag of cocaine is seen but not used). Later in the movie Chow yells out "I love cocaine!"

Several scenes at a rave style party where there are lots of drugs and liquor bottles scattered everywhere.

Several characters smoke at a Tiajuana bar.

The opening 10 minutes of the movie are very intense and include the graphic death of both an animal and a human character.

Alan's pet Giraffe is killed onscreen graphically at the beginning of the movie causing a massive highway crash which we hear caused several people's deaths. Played for laughs but still graphic.

Alan's dad dies of a heart attack after Alan just laughs off what he did to the giraffe. A funeral for Alan's dad is the next seen where they stage an intention and tell Alan it's time to get help for his health issues.

A much darker film than the first two.

Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references, some violence and drug content, and brief graphic nudity

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