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Sex & Nudity

  • Some women wear revealing outfits.

Violence & Gore

  • Quite a lot of nasty violence. However, this is all played for laughs for the most part.
  • During the end battle in Nazi Germany, a lot of anonymous Nazi soldiers are shot, beaten to death or even blown up. This is pretty gory.
  • A man is sliced in half; blood is seen but this is over very quickly.
  • People are torn apart limb for limb in a few instances and in one scene, a man twists peoples' heads off like barbie dolls.
  • There are gunfights throughout.
  • A man crushes two nazis with a tank.
  • Please note though that none of the violence is meant to be taken seriously in the slightest- every act of violence is over-the-top, cartoonish and for comedic purposes.


  • Many uses of profane language, all played for laughs.
  • F**k s**t ass bulls**t are said
  • Adolf Hitler says the F-word quite a few times.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Some alcohol and smoking.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The Iron Eagle scenes, while admittedly cool looking, can come off as creepy and uncanny to some.
  • None of the film is realistic in any way or meant to be disturbing- the whole film is a parody of awful American 80's kung fu movies.


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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Towards the end of the film, the main character appears to have been killed. However, he comes back to life by placing his spirit guide under arrest (that part is comedic).

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