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MPAA Rated R for strong violence and language
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Sex & Nudity

  • Opening scenes of the movie shows characters discussing what they think the meaning behind 'Like a Virgin' by Madonna is. Talk of sex & sexual body parts.
  • Sexual joking and sexually-based insults traded by characters.

Violence & Gore

  • Marvin Nash is soaked in gasoline and is about to be burned alive.
  • Mr. White yells at Mr. Pink and punches him.
  • Mr. Orange is shot during a getaway from a botched robbery and falls down with a bullet hole. He then shoots the woman who shot him, and gets in a car. He then starts to bleed, with blood all over the car. He then is dropped off into a warehouse for the rest of the film. His shirt is soaked in blood, and is lying in a pool of blood.
  • Nice Guy Eddie makes a graphic joke about how Vic was raped in prison.
  • A Mexican standoff happens between 3 men, there is no blood, until later where you see minimal blood on their shirts.
  • 3 Police Officers are shot with no blood.
  • One man is shot with blood spurting.
  • Another man is shot 3 times with blood on his shirt, he then is shown later lying in a pool of blood.
  • 2 Police Officers are shot through a car windshield with blood spurting.
  • Mr. Brown is shown with a bloody wound on his head which he dies from.
  • In the most graphic scene, Marvin Nash is first kicked and punched for torture (he is shown with blood on his face everywhere). He then is left with one person who slashes his forehead with a knife, brief blood. He then proceeds to cut off his ear. This is completely off screen, but you hear screams. Marvin Nash is then shown with the severed bloody ear, and you can see a gross and bloody hole in the side of his head.

Profanity

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Almost every character smoke cigarettes

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • It is intense throughout
  • The torture scene is graphic and very unsettling. What adds on to it, is the fact that there is no reason to torture the man, he does it "just to do it".

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