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Sex & Nudity

  • Suggested MPAA rating: R for crude sexual humor, language, comic violence and drug use
  • 5/10
  • This film has a large number of sexual jokes throughout. In one scene, a centurion is trying to find out which of the "eunichs" is not an eunich. He has a slave girl do a erotic dance in front of each of the men, waiting for one of them to have an erection. In another scene, the king of France, directing a live-action chess game, gives directions that end up in the simulated gang-rape of the woman playing the part of the queen.
  • A Roman emperor ogles pretty maidens in full view of his consort.
  • A Roman emperor uses his scepter to scratch his lower parts and obviously enjoys the sensation this provides.
  • More than half of the "French Revolution" segment revolved around King Louis constantly groping, harassing, and having sex with any and every woman he wants to.
  • In one scene, the empress inspects Trojan soldiers who are bottomless - views of several bare buttocks is shown.

Violence & Gore

  • 1/10
  • Most of the violence in the film is comedic.


  • 2/10
  • A fair amount of the word "fuck" is used numerous times including 1 "motherfucker", as are other profanities like shit, ass, son-of-a-bitch, etc. A gag revolves around a man whose entire job at the French Royal Court consists of carrying around a bucket for the male members of the court to relieve themselves in - he is known as the "garcon l'pis," or as the king calls him a few times, "piss-boy."
  • A Roman emperor repeatedly belches and flatulates.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • 2/10
  • Gregory Hines' character constructs an enormous marijuana joint in one scene in an attempt to get the Romans pursuing him stoned.
  • A man snorts cocaine.
  • Social drinking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • MPAA: Rated R for crude sexual humor, language, comic violence, sex and nudity, and drug use.
  • 2/10
  • None really, though some viewers may be offended by a gag revolving around Jesus.
  • Insulting remarks are made to a large-bodied Roman emperor regarding his physical contours.

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