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Money Monster
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A man says he got a sample of a new erectile cream, and is told to go put it on. He later says it works.

A sex scene where a man and woman are humping and moaning by a brick wall. They are fully clothed and the exact counter clock reads 30:24 to 30:55 (30:55 is when the sex is completely over). The very next scene in a brief pass of the camera a man and a woman are naked in the shower, you can see their silhouettes them through a steamy window plated-glass.

At least several abuses of the name "Jesus," frequent uses of the expletive "f**k"--over 40, as well as other strong expletives such as "motherf**ker" and "c**ksucker".

'Money Monster' is a crime film that revolves around a holdup attempt by Kyle Budwell, an odd-job worker who lost his entire savings after listening to the advice offered by financial news presenter, Lee Gates. In an attempt to force an answer to explain the share price plummet, Kyle infiltrates the recording studio and holds Gates hostage.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated R for language throughout, sexuality and violence.


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Rated R for language throughout, some sexuality and brief violence.
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