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A woman invites a man into her dorm room, we see them wake up the next morning, she is in a T-shirt and underwear and he is in a shirt and boxers, another woman in the room makes a comment towards the man saying "You were thrusting so hard, I thought your hip popped out." He then brags to his boss saying he got laid last night.

Once in the movie, it is mentioned that the two men shot off another man's penis.

Schmidt tells Jenko "got cum on the bed."

A man pretends to suck his friends dick to not be noticed by drug dealers.

Sexual talk in prison which is fairly raunchy, one man says he got a vagina and that he is erics bitch. Erics says your vagina doesnt work and the other man says works for you last night. Then he says his vagina bleeds so much it is like the elevator doors opening in the shining. Rudest part of the movie.

In a fist fight a man is leaning on another woman and she says are we going to fuck you we leaning in again. This is an innocent act and nothing happens.

Jenko asks if he can ave sex or watch sex in his human sexuality class. Once in the movie he states that he has had sex with heaps of girls.

At the beach on spring break woman are seen in revealing bikinis that reveal cleavage. At the end of the movie a jump street game is made and fake penises are clearly seen and a little boy shoots them.

A dildo can be seen once


The violence in 22 Jump Street is very comic book style. This movie is not rated R because of the violence. The violence is non-frequent, funny and not realistic. Many PG-13 movies are more violent.

Some punches to the face, as a man hits a woman in a comic fist fight. Similarly, in another scene, a man headbutts another man and he tumbles over. The woman is the main aggressor in the first fight. In the final shoot out, when someone is shot a small amount blood spurts out (comic book style but less than the first film and slightly more than The Hunger Games) but doesn't stain the environment and a man is stabbed in the stomach very briefly. Also a man is shot in the arm (grazed), with the same amount of blood.

Some more action styled car chases and shooting ad violence. Nothing that gets near the R rating. This is Pg-13 level violence.


Literally 230 uses of 'fuck', 2 uses of 'pussy', 1 use of 'cocksucker', 1 use of 'nigger', 80 plus uses of 'shit', 14 uses of 'piss', 12 uses of 'bitch', 5 uses of 'crap' and 2 uses of 'fag' - total profanities 357. Such as:

From the quotes: "Schmidt fucked the Captain's daughter!" (said five times like sing song) "You're a fucking nerd!" "Fuck, no!" "Get ready for a lifetime of being badass motherfuckers", "Oh, fuck." "Fuck!" And the roommate with Jonah Hill and Schmidt's daughter is such a foul mouth she swears like she's on Orange is the New Black . "Someone get the fucking man some water! The black man's been through a lot!" "Oh my fuck! " "What the fuck is going on?" "*This* is what the fuck is going on!" "He's fucking the Captain's daughter." "Shit! Fuck!" "What the fuck, you bragged him to his face!" "You were fucking Captain Dickson's daughter?" "What the fuck?" (said at least five times) "Drink, motherfucker... (said about twenty times during a scene) "You actually high-fived Schmidt for fucking your daughter?" "Fuck a 21 Jump Street and fuck a Korean J*s*s!" "Congratulations, you managed to un-fuck a situation you already fucked up in the first place!" "I wished you'd un-fucked my daughter but I'll let that be in the bank." "I think it's bizarre that I haven't cut your mother-fucking nuts off!" "Hey, shut the fuck up!" "Did you just get shot? Like, right after I fucking said that?" "Fuck you, dove!"

Listed F words: Fifty-four, but about four times that language roughly is used


The premise to the film surrounds police officers trying to find the dealers and suppliers of a new synthetic drug that can have deadly side effects.

A fake drug is discussed and people are shown comically getting high off of it. This is all for humor and does not glorify drug use in any way.

College kids drink massive amounts of alcohol at parties and in drinking games, sometimes to the point of throwing up. Beer games are played alot.

Schmidt and Jenko take a drug in one scene. They both have different hallucinations; Jenko's hallucination is him cycling on top of a rainbow and Schmidt's hallucination is him visiting hell.


In one scene, Schmidt and a girl have a discussion about one of the students committing suicide.

The final Shootout is intense.

Captain Dickson may come across offensive as he insults Jesus Christ at one point throughout the movie.

Total: 33/50- Reccomended for ages 12 and up. **** Actually with the amount of violence mentioned here and profanity, I would recommend 15 and up at least ****

Suggested MPAA Rating: R for language throughout including some sexual references, drug content and some violence.

Rated R for language throughout, sexual content, drug material, brief nudity and some violence

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