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(II) (2014)

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MPAA Rated R for pervasive language, crude and sexual humor, nudity, some drug use and bloody violence
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Sex & Nudity

  • At the Helicopter Scene, where a man crushes his private's while he swear's!
  • A scene with a couple of topless women briefly shown
  • In a weapons room, a man and a woman are seen comedicly taking off their clothes as we see the woman in a bra. The scene does not go further.
  • Before the interview the North Korean leader takes off his robe and is seen nude from behind.

Violence & Gore

  • A body guard eats poison thinking it's gum. He is later shown vomiting and seizing before, and shooting a soilder on his head, ultimately, dying.
  • A tiger is killed by falling projectile. This isn't very graphic, but some blood is shown.
  • Two men have a bloody, but comical fistfight in a control room, in which they each bite of several of the others fingers, and punch and kick each other. Very graphic.
  • Two men are shot in the head with blood spray.
  • The ending has a prolonged shootout sequence, in which many people are violently killed.
  • A solider is run over by a tank.
  • A man is killed when a rocket is fired at his helicopter and it explodes in slow motion. The man's clothes can be seen flaking away into ash along with his face and hair. Eventually his head is engulfed in flames and explodes.
  • A soilder is shot on his butt.

Profanity

  • Multiple uses of "bitch", "shit", "tits", and "dick"
  • 170 uses of the word fuck, sometimes paired with mother
  • a few uses of "cocksucker".
  • 1 use of c*nt
  • 3 obscene hand gestures.
  • Constant sexual references throughout.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Two characters are seen lighting up joints in a montage.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Even though this is a comedy, the violence is surprisingly graphic.
  • A man is threatened by a tiger and eventually the tiger is killed by a falling projectile, which may disturb more sensitive viewers.

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