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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action|
Sex & Nudity
- There is a brief scene of sexual relations between a married couple. It is a flashback and not graphic.
- A woman is shown taking her thong panties off from beneath her skirt, but nothing above her mid-thigh is seen.
- Opening scene is Angelina being beaten while she's in her bra and panties.
Violence & Gore
- (Extended/Director's Cut) A man is stabbed in the throat with the broken end of a vodka bottle instead of hit over the head.
- A woman is tortured briefly. As she is roughly handles, her eye is swollen and lip bloody. She is tied to the brown and water tortured.
- A man is strangled to death by another person hanging from a chain around his neck.
- Intense fights and car crashes and chases.
- In one of these car chases, the driver of a car is repeatedly tazed in the head to cause his body to step on the acceleration pedal of the vehicle.
- A building is blown up and the President of Russia falls into the blown up hole in the ground. Where he is shot.
- Countless people are pistol whipped and shot at point-blank range (usually bloodless, but not always).
- (Theatrical) A man is smashed over the head with a vodka bottle (we see the assailant crack the bottle against his head and we hear him moan, the carnage is barely off-screen); we then see the bloody shards of the bottle but it isn't too unbearable.
- A man is held hostage and shot in the Theatrical Version. But drowned in the Director's Cut and the Extended Cut.
- There is much more bloody violence in the Extended and Director's Cut of the film.
- 'Fuck' is said once.
- 'Godd*mn' is said 9 times.
- 'Sh*t' is said 8 times, including 3 used as 'bullsh*t'.
- 'H*ll' is said 6 times.
- 'D*mn' is said once.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Some minor smoking.
- A group of hardened men and a woman drink shots of vodka in celebration.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Nearly constant running, fights, gunfire, explosions, and car chases.
- The many onscreen deaths and serous injuries are meant to be frightening.