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MPAA Rated R for language and some sexual content/nudity

Sex & Nudity

  • Female lead gives description of her former promiscuity, including references to bisexuality and role playing.
  • A scene features the flashback of when a man discovered his wife cheating on him. At first it seems like nothing is happening, Initially all you see their outlines through the steam of the shower curtain. Then he pulls back the shower curtain and physical violence between the man and the woman starts happening in the shower and you briefly see glimpses of her bare breasts and his upper torso. However you do not see her nipple.
  • Dancers at a competition wear tight and revealing outfits.

Violence & Gore

  • Three flashbacks of a man violently nearly beating a man to death. Each flashback is about half a second but its still violent. Each flashback including a man smashing another man's head onto a wall, blood splattering on it, another showing a man chocking on some sort of cord, and another showing a man bruised lying on the floor taking a brutal kick to the face.
  • A man nearly beats another man to death. We're told, and in flashback we see snippets of the attack: kicks and punches and blood. At one point it looks like the man is being choked. We see briefly a blood embed to the wall.
  • A man struggles with his anger and violent impulses throughout the film. He pulls a magazine rack down in his counselor's waiting room. Nearly unhinged, he rips his house apart, looking for his old wedding tape. He accidentally strikes his mother and gets into a fistfight with his dad. The next morning both have bruises on their faces.
  • When a man and a woman get into a verbal fight, the woman screams that the man assaulted her, a lie that attracts the attention of some would-be defenders and a police officer.
  • A few fans get into a scrum with the miscreants prior to a game.
  • A man throws a book out through a closed window, but the scene is played in a comedic matter.
  • A woman slaps a man.


  • These expletives are typically uttered in quick succession during scenes of emotional outbursts, as well as during confrontations in between characters. These scenes are scattered across the film and aren't frequent.
  • 75 uses of "fuck". 1 use of "cocksucker." Other curses include "ass," "bitch," "whore" "shit", "slit", "damn", "asshole", "god damnit" and "dick".
  • One double-use of middle fingers.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Pat at first refuses to take his medication, but after the fight with his dad, rethinks and is seen taking them once. At the end of the movie, he tells Nikki that he is still on medication.
  • Jokes about the effects of different psychiatric medications, such as Lithium, Abilify, Xanax and Clonazepam, among others.
  • Tiffany downs two vodkas, and is also seen taking several swigs from a beer bottle.
  • Danny says he was put in the mental institution for crystal meth and alcohol abuse.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Contains numerous references to a marriage break up brought on by adultery, along with emotional flashbacks. The female lead also discusses the death of her husband and subsequent psychosexual issues. Both characters have become isolated due to mental troubles and lost their jobs as a result. Includes depictions of obsessive compulsive disorder and gambling addiction.
  • Pat's outbursts can be upsetting. The flashback scene with the beating is edited over his first breakdown with chaotic rock music. This may upset some viewers.
  • During Pat's first breakdown he accidentally knocks down his mother, so his father starts violently hitting him. The scene is very intense.

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