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Sex & Nudity

A woman tells a young man that he can "do her asshole" if he saves the world. When he stops the villain he eagerly grabs champagne and enters her room, where she is lying supine and nude from waist down.

A shot of a woman's bare butt at the very end of the film (for half a second), as the main character walks into the room and the scene ends with his first person spy eyeglass view of getting closer to her bare bottom. Cut away before actual sex act is shown.

Three people were assigned to go to a bar to "pick up" a date. Two of the people were men, the other was a woman. All three were supposed to try to pick up the same woman.

Violence & Gore

Strong allusions to domestic violence. The main character sees his mother with a black eye and is told that she was given it by her live-in "boyfriend"; the same man later threatens the son with a knife.

Much other violence and extended fight scenes, some stylized, but much of it very realistic. For example, during an early scene, a man's body is sliced in two parts by a sharp blade.

A tooth is knocked out of a man's mouth during a brawl and the camera follows it through the air in slow-motion.

A massacre takes place in a church, that includes extremely violent methods of murder. Dozens of people are brutally killed during this scene, with shootings, stabbings, impalement, and other painful ways to die occurring. The scene is like a zombie movie scene but the victims are not zombies, but people. Throughout the scene background characters fight to the death as one of the main characters (a good guy) murders many people, all of whom are civilians. The audience is expected to root for his survival but the good guy is shot in the head at the end of the scene. This possibly the most graphic and bloodiest scene in the film.

In a highly stylized scene, many people have their heads explode in detail, yet there is hardly any blood. The head explosions are colored, mostly orange and purple animated mushroom clouds (a scene evocative of Dr. Strangelove). Many of these people are world leaders, including a fictional version of President Obama.

A villain sends a signal through cell phones which is intended to make people become violent and aggressive. As his plan appears to be working, scenes of massive brawls are shown in several major world cities, with car crashes, fires, etc. The villain gloats over these scenes with glee.

One scene has an antagonist slicing off the hand of a good guy using her prosthetic legs. Very violent, although stylized and not seen in detail.

Two scenes in this film contain graphic head explosions, unlike the animated mushroom clouds. One scene contains a scientist getting his head blown up with some blood/viscera shown.

The other scene contains a secondary antagonist suffering the effects of Valentine's head exploding chip , in which his eyes dramatically bulge up before his head pops like a balloon, some blood and viscera shown.

One extremely intense scene that occurs when Valentine's SIM card causes everyone to go feral in which a mother, suffering the effects of the SIM card , attempts to attack her child with a butcher knife. Prior to this scene, the main protagonist tells her to lock the child in the bathroom, and the mother attempts to break through the door with the knife. VERY intense and disturbing.

Towards the end, after Eggsy defeats Valentine, Valentine , proceeds to puke, because "He can't stand the sight of blood"

One scene has the main protagonist almost getting run over by a train.


Around 100 uses of F*, both in casual and in intense scenarios,and in a hate-church type massacre, there are 2-3 uses of the "n" word and derogatory references for gay people. Abortion is specifically mentioned in the church scene. The "V sign" is used once as an obscene gesture

Alcoholic spirits drunk to celebrate and invoke bravery.

A recurring character is an abusive drunk who spends much of his time at the local pub.

Rohypnol (aka the "date rape drug") is described as the "only sure way to get a date to go home with you."

There is a prolonged scene where a graphic violent riot takes place at a church, and the congregation starts brutally slaughtering each other after being exposed to an electronic signal, The lone survivor of the church massacre then walks out and is shot in the head by an antagonist. This is the most violent scene in the film and could disturb younger viewers.

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Rated R for sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content

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