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A woman has some cleavage throughout and flirts with a vulnerable man to manipulate him.

Some innuendo, nothing explicit or overtly vulgar.

A short (dumb) conversation about lactation (a woman is pricked with a flower on cleavage and a man asks 'shouldn't that be milk?'; she responds 'I think I need to be pregnant for milk' or something like that).

A woman uses Vagaway cream.

A hit man is sent after a bank robber; he says he prefers torture and enjoys killing but there is no onscreen maiming. The hit man chases our hero, shoots at him and ties him up.

A man uses a gun to threaten and blows up a propane tank.

A security guard's gun mis-fires unrealistically; no one is hit.

The word 'hell' is used twice. Some name-calling and crude jokes.

Some alcoholic beverages in background of vacation and party scenes.


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Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, some language and violence

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