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

Sex & Nudity

Violence & Gore

  • 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.

Profanity

  • 30 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'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 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.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • 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.

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