The Fighter (I) (2010)
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|MPAA||Rated R for language throughout, drug content, some violence and sexuality|
Sex & Nudity
- Dicky is shown making out with his girlfriend in a few scenes.
- A woman performs oral sex an a man in the car.
- Charlene wears clothes that show a lot of cleavage.
- A few mild references.
- Mickey shows an interest towards Charlene and gives her 'the eye.' Late on in the film, the two are shown kissing passionately on a bed in their underwear, Charlene wears a see through bra and we see her bare breasts. They are interrupted by Mickey's family shouting outside.
Violence & Gore
- Dicky gets battered in the face by a few police officers, Micky tries to intervene and he later gets his hand broken.
- Much of the violence takes place in the boxing ring. We see Mickey get pummeled repeatedly on several occasions, and he beats up quite a few opponents as well. The fights involve intense punches with realistic sound and imagery. These fights only induce cuts on the fighters (sometimes these are quite bloody)
- Dicky and Mickey fight briefly, Mickey roughs up a man for disrespecting Charlene. Dicky has several violent outbursts that include hitting inanimate objects.
- "Cocksucker" is used 3 times.
- Constant strong language
- 150 uses of "fuck" are interlaced with nearly 30 uses of "shit" and a bevy of other crudities, ranging from "ass" and "dick" to "damn" and "hell". "Jesus" and "God" are each used about 10 times. Obscene gestures are made.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A main part of the movie is Dickys addiction to crack, we see him use crack in a lot of scenes, most of the scenes take place in a drug house, and there is an HBO documentary made about him being a junkie and a lot of people watch it on TV, he says that it feels so good to be high, all the time, and he goes into great detail about what it's like to get High. This whole part of the movie is very upsetting.
- Dicky tries to make a little money by drug dealing, specifically crack, but it all goes wrong.
- Smoking is seen throughout the movie.
- Alcohol is used, and one character works in a bar.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The film is essentially about a family and the problems that plague them. A few verbal fights ensue.