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MPAA Rated R for language and sex-related humor

Sex & Nudity

  • Within the first 1.5 minutes of the movie in the opening scene there is a fully nude Aphrodite painting and a still shot of a woman with the entire bottom half of her breasts exposed.
  • There is plenty of vulgar content, including many references to sexuality. This should probably go in 'profanity'
  • There's a long scene wherein an audience is watching a movie comprised solely of a shot of a a man's behind (naked buttocks). "Fart" sounds are heard.
  • Several references to masturbation, fornication and prostitution. Never actually seen - just talk.
  • The "average person" in the future constantly has sex on his/her mind.
  • There are "adult" tax returns.

Violence & Gore

  • A person is sentenced to "Rehabilitation" in a public execution arena, and attempts to rehabilitate the convict are shown -- including trying to rehabilitate him with a flame thrower. The results of rehabilitation tend to be lethal.
  • One recurring male character is constantly kicked or otherwise impacted by a hard object in the groin. This is supposed to be funny - to the morons in the future.
  • A man is repeatedly sprayed in the face with some irritating substance (like pepper spray).
  • In prison, an immensely overweight shirtless man sits on the face/neck of an other man, who can't breathe as a result. It's implied that the protagonist will be in his place once he gets in there.


    • One of the main characters is called "Frito Pendejo". This basically translates to "Fried Dumbass", or "Frito Dumbass" if referring to the chip brand.
    • 'Fuck' and its derivatives are used around 30 times.
    • Several anatomical references. Many characters have a very crude sense of humour.
    • Around 60 sexual references (verbal); dozens visual, including a giant dildo atop an assault vehicle. Dildo eventually dis-adheres from vehicle & goes sailing into the audience (in Rehabilitation scene).
    • Occasional religious profanity (always to Christianity).
    • Several businesses have vulgar words in the titles.
    • The words "fag/s" and "retard" (or versions of the words) are used as insults, a lot.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Alcohol use, especially by the President.
  • One of the underage cabinet members drinks whiskey.
  • People are seen smoking.
  • Everybody consumes a sports drink as frequently as water is consumed in reality.
  • Doctor smokes a joint.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Overwhelming towers of garbage are depicted. What appears to be a natural valley w/many hills here & there turns out to be a valley comprised solely of refuse.
  • Freeway overpasses end abruptly, going nowhere. At least one vehicle is seen driving off an overpass & falling to the ground.
  • Domiciles are equipped with large overstuffed chairs with built-in toilets; overlarge TV screens overwhelm living-rooms. Program choices are not uplifting. There is a Violence Channel.
  • Barren farm fields are depicted. Vast unemployment occurs; people are protesting the situation.
  • An unfortunate, starving Mother is depicted loosing much money to a food vending machine; after the machine ignores her request for a refund, a loud siren sounds as we hear an alarming announcement that the police have been notified to come arrest her. No children are seen.
  • The White House is depicted in a derelict state, with satellite dishes mounted atop it. The country is primarily run like a police-state.
  • To participate in society, a person has their own UPC code on their left wrist. There is little privacy.

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