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It's a Disaster
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Sex & Nudity

A few people are mentioned on having cheated on their significant other.

A man and a woman are seen in bed after having sex.

A man and a woman try to get another man to join them for a threesome. He declines.

Violence & Gore

A man and a woman are seen collapsing on a patio, and their dead bodies are seen in a few outside shots. Birds are seen pecking at the corpses, and then the birds are dead as well in a later shot. Not gory or disturbing.

Profanity

A fair amount of F words, though compared to most R-rated comedies, not a ton.

People are seen drinking wine and scotch.

A woman talks about doing cocaine.

A couple talk about when they smoked marijuana.

A woman makes ecstasy and is seen acting out on it.

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Rated R for language including sexual references, and some drug content
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