xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of gunplay and violent action, and for sexual material and language|
Sex & Nudity
- One mild kissing scene
- Early in the film a man and woman passionately embrace, followed by a scene with them in bed. The camera restricts the view to shoulders and up, no genitals or nipples visible. There is thrusting and kissing.
- A woman in a bikini rises out of a pool while the camera dwells on her body briefly, then a man covers her with a robe.
- A man and a woman briefly talk about "sexual consummation" when the man says "unwrap me", this leads to several women removing the man's coat before cutting away implying sex with multiple partners.
- In a "morning after" scene, the camera pans across several women in underwear, many topless but covered by strategically placed items, before a man says "the things I do for my country" referring to sex.
- An excited fan speaks with a man they've wanted to meet, and makes several comments with innuendo for comedic effect, some that allude to bondage play.
- At a party, several women are seen in revealing outfits and dancing
- Several scenes feature topless men with muscles, some scenes lead to tension with women and conversations that have sexual references
Violence & Gore
- Some sequences are prolonged with the characters exchanging multiple blows.
- The stronger scenes include one portraying a man being shot in the head; another scene showing a man swinging his motorcycle to hit his enemies in their faces; as well as an sequence where characters exchange gunfire repeatedly.
- These scenes are shown with quick cuts of action but little bloodletting
- The word "f**k" is featured, albeit used infrequently.
- The film contains a scene where a character utters "This is f**king awesome" in a moment of excitement.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A woman mentions that she is "not" the person to ask for illegal drugs
- A party scene contains several depictions of alcohol and its consumption