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MPAA Rated R for some violence, sexual material and language

Sex & Nudity

  • Brief comical use of sex toys.
  • In the background of one scene, a man can be seen dry humping a table lamp. He is fully clothed.
  • Any nudity is pixelated to censor genitalia.
  • sex toys are shown in graphic detail, but not used for sexual purposes.
  • A fight scene shortly uses long dildos as weapons. The cocks at the tips of the sex toy penises are clearly visible.
  • Two men use objects for rectal penetration, but not in a sexual context. One of the men is nude from the waist down, but the nudity is pixelated.
  • During a jump between parallel universes, there is a split-second sex scene with the close-up camera behind the man's bare shoulder and facing the woman gasping for breath below him.
  • Brief BDSM.

Violence & Gore

  • All the violence in the film is comedic in context but heads are twisted, people are shot with brief blood sprays and people are seen fighting with dildos.
  • An extended sequence where a character kills several cops and a security guard by blowing up their heads into confetti, using them as meat shields from gunshots, and breaking their backs and necks.
  • In a cringe-inducing yet humorous scene, a man has to give himself several paper cuts between his fingers to unlock his powers.
  • A man has his neck snapped and a woman is beaten with a lead pipe. Happens quickly with some blood
  • A man is shot several times in the chest. Brief, but still bloody.
  • A woman walks around with blood all over her body with an axe. The camera cuts away quickly right before she beheads someone. Brief.


  • 9 uses of F***, 3 are said clearly and a couple others are either mouthed/whispered or written. About 5-10 shits and the same about of ass and Jesus.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A vape is used once by an old woman. When another woman tries it, she starts coughing and immediately regrets her decision. She hands it back to the old woman.
  • Adults casually drink beer at a party.
  • A man smokes a cigarette in an extended scene.
  • Antagonist smokes a cigarette in one scene.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Epilepsy warning: Some scenes include constant flashing imagery with bright colours.
  • Fight sequences.
  • Emotional drama.


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Violence & Gore

  • A woman vomits and violently convulses before dying suddenly.
  • Quick moments of bones breaking.
  • A woman is shot in the back. Blood spews out of the wound, before it is revealed that the "blood" is actually a pack of ketchup.
  • A woman stabs a man suddenly with a piece of glass. Some blood and shocking
  • A woman and her daughter fight in the climax of the film. The scene is more emotional than violent.
  • A woman and her husband are stalked then attacked by a possessed assassin through an office space. They are thrown around and beaten. The man nearly has his back broken but he shields himself at the last second.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The climax of the film is very intense and emotional.
  • Part 1 of the movie is light and comedic with many absurd and funny sequences that will make you laugh. Part 2 of the movie is much darker with no comedic moments and has themes of nihilism and suicide.

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