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MPAA Rated R for strong bloody violence throughout, and language
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Sex & Nudity

  • Cortez and a woman (who's turned on by his bad-boy exploits) launch into a sexual encounter in his car at high speed. He kisses her, then reaches over suggestively, as if to unbutton her pants-but then undoes her seat belt instead, slows down and shoves her out the door.
  • Sarah and Frank kiss.
  • A man and woman kiss passionately, a short scene.
  • A man and woman began to kiss each other in a car, but they are interrupted. Before this scene, woman makes some sexual remarks and teases the man.
  • In a relatively short scene, we see a young girl running with tight miniskirts, and a man makes a remark about her a*s.

Violence & Gore

  • Once the action gets underway in earnest, the body count begins to quickly ratchet up.
  • During the siege of an armored vehicle from which a convict is freed, a woman on top of the crane-hoisted magnet mows down police officers with a machine gun. Inside the vehicle, the convict kills two officers with his bare hands and feet. Once he's free, he corners an FBI agent, puts a gun to his head and brutally executes him, blood squirts out from his head.
  • We see several more head-shot kills, complete with blood spatter and gore.
  • A man plunges from a somewhere onto an assailant below, shooting him in the head and using the man's body as a makeshift "cushion" as he plunges through an awning to the ground.
  • Another man is shot first in the ear, then again in the head at point-blank range.
  • Several of the man's team members get shot, and someone tries to stop the blood flow from a gushing wound in one of them.
  • Crashing through a police barricade, someone uses machine guns to cut down perhaps a dozen police officers.
  • Someone takes out two pursuing police SUVs full of SWAT agents with some agile moves behind the wheel.
  • Rocket-propelled grenades destroy two vehicles.
  • An unlikely chase scene involves two cars racing through a cornfield and ramming a combine.
  • Someone takes out a row of bad guys with a machine gun.
  • Someone fires a gun at a man wearing a belt of bullets ammunition that starts cooking off when he's hit, then explodes, cutting his torso in half and hurtling body parts into the air. We watch as a limb of some sort lands on a man who's been wounded and trapped in the war zone (it's a scene that's played for humor, not horror).
  • Someone shoots a bad guy in the back, killing him.
  • Two men face each other in a fight which involves smashing fists, chokeholds, body slams onto a steel bridge, and multiple slashes from a knife. Both, at some point, end up with the knife bloodily embedded in a leg.

Profanity

  • About 25 f-words. 30 s-words. Milder profanities include "ass," "hell" (which pops up more than a dozen times), "bitch" and "bastard." Ray labels the mayor a "shmuck" twice. A guy is derided for having his "dick in his hand." God's name is abused 7-8 times, while Jesus' name is misused 5-6 times.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Hard drugs are referred to, mostly in a criminal context.
  • People drink beer.
  • A few beer drinking by adults.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

Spoilers

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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The shootouts, especially during the final showdown, are intense, as well as Owen's final confrontation with Cortez.
  • It's sad and emotional when Bailey, one of Owens deputies, dies after being shot.
  • Cortez shooting an FBI agent, knowing he has a pregnant wife, might also be upsetting to some.

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