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Chappaquiddick (2017)

Published in C
Saturday, 05 May 2018 21:13
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  • Rating

    M: Mature themes and coarse language.

  • The pitch

    History has the final word.

  • Starring

    Jason Clarke, Ed Helms, Jim Gaffigan, Kate Mara, Bruce Dern, John Fiore, Gillian Mariner Gordon, Olivia Thirlby, Clancy Brown

  • Directed by

    John Curran

  • Running time

    106 minutes

  • Rated

    M (Australia), NR (UK), PG-13 (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    A car drives off a pier and flips (one dead). Drowning (banging on windows of submerged vehicle/screaming). A car almost collides into another vehicle; driving under the influence. People are tackled, slapped; a man throws an object at another man. Yelling, arguing. Suffocation, Cuban Missile Crisis, involuntary manslaughter, Bay of Pigs, two months in jail mentioned. Blood/gore: Corpse, body in body bag, body in open coffin. Cut on shoulder. Neck brace, man in wheelchair. Cerebral concussion, shock mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    (None.) People kissed in greeting, caressing. Shirtless men, people in swimwear, cleavage. Men undress to their underwear then dive underwater. Man in bath.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (spirits, cocktails, beer, intoxication, drunk driving). Smoking (cigarettes, cigars). Sedatives mentioned.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-word, s-word, damn, ass, sonofab*tch. Name-calling (mental patient, putz, flawed, stupid, etc). Religious references (what the hell, oh my god, for Christ's sake, thank God, Jesus, good lord, God's blessing, to hell with you, Moses, Peter, prayers, etc).

  • THEMES

    Mary Jo Kopechne, Ted Kennedy, tragedy, accidental death, negligence, the Kennedy curse, politics, cover-ups, scandal, the 'boiler room girls', history, media, the Apollo 11 space mission, sailing, grief, father-son relationships, morality, ethics, legacy, pride, hubris, immoral conduct.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Dead daughter/friend/colleague. Church, funeral settings. Dead father, dead brothers, dead sister mentioned. Full moon.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Compelling, nuanced, damning, ambiguous, suspenseful, meticulous, riveting, tense, scrupulous, absorbing, fascinating, compact, restrained, level-headed, tough, smart, fair, uneasy, challenging, ominous. Excellent/fine/multi-dimensional/layered/impressive/strong/plausible performance by Jason Clarke, terrific supporting cast, tight/sharp/believable/authentic script, light direction, some dark humour.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Low-key. Bland/clinical direction, some clumsy expository dialogue, sporadic pacing, whimpering ending, lacks any sense of justice for Mary Jo Kopechne.

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017)

Published in C
Sunday, 10 September 2017 05:14
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  • Rating

    G: Very mild crude humour.

  • The pitch

    Plenty of potty humour.

  • Starring

    (voices of): Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, Nick Kroll, Thomas Middleditch, Jordan Peele, Kristen Schaal

  • Directed by

    David Soren

  • Running time

    89 minutes

  • Rated

    G (Australia), U (UK), PG (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    Characters get hit by cars, squirted with water, flicked, shot at by robots with lasers/a giant turtle with a burned-out eye, hypnotised, knocked over/to the ground, punched, thrown through the air/into a tree, captured during a bank robbery, caged, shrunk, enlarged, teased, brainwashed, slammed against a wall, squashed underfoot, grabbed, zapped with brain-altering rays, slapped. Characters bash their heads on desks/against lockers, fall down, thump fists on a desk, jump through a closed window, attacked by angry toilets, swallowed/flushed. Comic explosions. A rocket ship crashes and burns. Objects thrown/torn up/catapulted/toilet-papered. A cat is blasted. A vehicle hits cars/buildings. Burning shopping mall, debris, burning hair. A teacher has a bag full of weapons (gelignite, mace, double-headed battle axe, knife, chemicals, torture instruments, etc). Poster of a shoe about to squash an ant. Yelling, roaring. An adult character says he experienced childhood trauma. Evil experiments mentioned. Blood/gore: Characters with white/hypnotised eyes. Bran scan images. Jars of plucked-out eyeballs, bodies of former students, torture implements, Ebola, blood oath mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Flirting. Characters in boxer shorts/briefs. A man says he should be dating models twice his size.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    (None.)

  • LANGUAGE

    Pee, privates, fanny, butt cheek. Name-calling (weirdo, mean, old, terrible, sad, miserable, pathetic, failures, bozo, maniac, suck-up, evil, numbskulls, idiots, Oprah, super dumb, etc). Religious exclamations (God speed, etc). Jokes about Uranus being a gas giant. A character's name includes the words diarrhoea and poopypants.

  • THEMES

    Best friends, writing, illustration, strict principals, comic strips, elementary school, invention, evil teachers, laughter, practical jokes, humourlessness, revenge, tattling, super powers, anti-authoritarianism.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Dolphins, kitten, cat, reindeer, tiger, worm, dog, birds, giant bird, bee. Lightning, thunder, full moon. Mime artist, balloons. Farting, burping, nose-picking, booger-flicking, spitting. Chicken drumsticks, fish skeleton. Vision during end credits; mid-credits scene. Based on the books by Dav Pilkey.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Funny, silly, googy, innocent, naughty, fun, loopy, fast-paced, rousing, fresh, frantic, hyperactive, quirky, lighthearted, appealing, spirited, lively, offbeat, zany. Inspired/effective use of colour, terrific use of 2D animation/Flip-O-Rama sequences/sock puppets.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    A little overstuffed/exhausting, could do with a sturdier storyline and more dimensional characters.

Love the Coopers (Christmas with the Coopers)

Published in L
Thursday, 26 November 2015 00:22
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  • Rating

    PG: Mild themes, sexual references and coarse language.

  • The pitch

    Some comfort, some joy.

  • Starring

    Diane Keaton, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Amanda Seyfried, Alan Arkin, Marisa Tomei, Olivia Wilde, Jake Lacy, Marisa Tomei, Alex Borstein, Timothée Chalamet, Maxwell Simkins, Blake Baumgartner, June Squibb, Anthony Mackie, Steve Martin (voice)

  • Directed by

    Jessie Nelson

  • Running time

    107 minutes

  • Rated

    PG (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People are handcuffed, arrested, punched, dacked, thrown against a wall, hit with objects, pushed, ridiculed, knocked over. Stealing, objects knocked over. Arguing, yelling, screaming. People appear to turn into ice then shatter apart; a boy's head appears to explode. Dissecting rats mentioned. Blood/gore: Collapsed man, patient in hospital bed, IV drip, bruising, scar on wrist. Stroke mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Kissing, tongue-licking, ogling, undressing, infidelity. Cleavage, shop mannequins in lingerie, man in underwear, skimpy clothing. A little girl lifts up her dress to reveal her underwear. Reaching orgasm, sex life, homosexuality, sleeping with a married man, BJ (blow job), woman pouncing on man at a party/unexpected pregnancy mentioned.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (beer, wine, spirits, cocktails, shots, champagne). Woman passed out drunk. Bar setting. Photograph of teen with (assumed) joint. Getting stoned, caught holding a bong, being a smoker/alcoholic mentioned.

  • LANGUAGE

    S-words. Name-calling. Slang for genitals. Religious references and exclamations.

  • THEMES

    Christmas, family, memories, marriage, separation, job interviews, classic movies, unlikely friendships, relationships, counselling, second chances, forgiveness, grief, death of a child, sisters, mall Santas.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Deceased mother/wife, sister/daughter, engagement mentioned. A deceased toddler is seen in flashback. Hospital, bar, airport settings. Dogs. Vomiting, spitting, underarm sweat, bad smells, snort laughter. A child has a bathroom accident (implied). Hitch-hiking. Power blackout. Roast turkey seen. People dressed in penguin suits. Also released as Christmas with the Coopers.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Moving, starry, amusing, sweet, sincere. Impressive cast, standout performance by Olivia Wilde, some of the storylines have charm, throwback soundtrack, sleek lensing.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Depressing, formulaic, soppy, frustrating, tangled, fabricated, contrived, tasteless, tedious, numbing, slushy, overstuffed, over-narrated, jumbled. Annoying jokes/tropes, often unfunny/hackneyed humour, distracting camerawork, unnecessary flourishes, wasted cast, cringeing dialogue, smeary direction.

Vacation

Published in V
Friday, 21 August 2015 04:23
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong nudity and coarse language.

  • The pitch

    The Griswolds run out of gas.

  • Starring

    Ed Helms, Christina Applegate, Skyler Gisondo, Steele Stebbins, Chris Hemsworth, Leslie Mann, Chevy Chase, Beverly D'Angelo, Charlie Day, Catherine Missal, Ron Livingston, Norman Reedus, Keegan-Michael Key, Regina Hall

  • Directed by

    John Francis Daley, Jonathan M. Goldstein

  • Running time

    99 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People are thrown through the air/against objects, slapped, punched, hooded, near-suffocated, wrestled, pelted with objects, pushed over, bullied thrown over a waterfall/against rocks, kicked, scratched, elbowed. Animal hit by vehicle (fatal). Door slammed on arm. Objects knocked over. Play fighting (punching, stabbing). Wrecked vehicle, rollover, car rammed, head-on collision, car broken into. Explosion, smashed glass, stolen belongings. Burning down a building, rescuing a baby from a burning car, Pearl Harbour mentioned. Screaming. Blood/gore: Blood-stained wall (gunshot wound to head implied). Man covered in animal blood/intestines/gore, man covered in blood/scratches. Detached ear, needle/syringe.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Couples have sex in public. Breast-grabbing, bum-slapping, kissing (male-female; female-female), flirting. Exposed breasts, penis, penis-shaped bulges in underwear, nude couple, people in underwear/swimwear, cleavage, ball of pubic hair, blouse ripped open. Photograph of fornicating animals, buttcrack, nipple pinch. Jokes/references to rape/rapists/sex offenders, paedophilia. References to sexual acts/slang. Sham marriage, infidelity mentioned.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Alcohol (wine, beer, spirits). Underage drinking. Smoking mentioned. Photograph of youth smoking a joint.

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words, a-words, b*tch. Slang and actual terms for genitals and bodily functions/fluids. Name-calling. Jokes about rapists, paedophilia, age, foreign languages, college, police. Religous exclamations. Obscene finger gesture.

  • THEMES

    Family holidays, road trips, sorority parties, animal cannibalism, rivalry, bullying, brothers, whitewater rafting, dodgy motels, theme parks, long queues, rollercasters, pilots.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Engagement breakup, lost wedding ring. Plane, swastika, rainbow, dog, rat, cows, butterfly, eagles, taxidermy. Vomiting, raw sewage, spitting, man sitting on toilet. Photographic images of donkey, pigs, dog, bull, camel, buffalo, horse, bear, waterfall, urination, vomit, snot. AIDS mentioned. Meat cooking, ribs eaten.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Some good laughs, memorable comic cameos, not entirely unfunny.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Sleazy, smutty, routine, featureless, repetitive, tasteless, unsubtle, unnecessary, pointless, dated, dirty, unfunny, mean-spirited, shameless. Charmless characters, dopey/predictable/cringe-inducing gags, some humour goes a bit too far, embraces cheap nastiness.

We're The Millers

Published in W
Sunday, 11 August 2013 23:21
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong coarse language, sexual references and nudity.

  • The pitch

    They put the dis in dysfunctional.

  • Starring

    Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, Will Poulter, Emma Roberts, Ed Helms, Nick Offerman, Kathryn Hahn, Molly C Quinn, Tomer Sisley, Matthew Willig, Luis Guzmán

  • Directed by

    Rawson Marshall Thurber

  • Running time

    110 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People get shot, shot at, punched, tasered, hooded, bound, gagged, slapped, hit with objects, beaten, shoved, bullied, near-scalded, threatened (verbally, with guns, with a blade), pursued, held at gunpoint. A man falls from a stairwell. An animal half-swallows another animal (half-consumed body is seen struggling to escape). Strong references to paedophilia and incest: a man coerces his (assumed) son to perform a homosexual act as a bribe, a boy kisses his (fake) sister and (fake) mother. A woman mistakenly believes a baby is thrown into traffic and run over. A girl breaks into a coin machine. Theft (drugs, money), police bribery, police drug raid, vehicle collisions, wrecked luxury vehicle. Military men with machine-guns, tank (painting) seen. Suicide (gunshot), killing people, man gunned down, throat-cutting mentioned. Arguing. Blood/gore: Engorged genitals. Scarring, bruising, cotton gauze (over injection site - no injection seen). Bloody graze on face, bloody nose. Blood in water.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Striptease, stripping, pole-dancing. Swinging discussed. Breast-fondling, bum-grabbing. Kissing, flirting, ogling, caressing. Frequent references to sex acts, sexual pleasure and sex toys. Sexual banter and innuendo. Lap-dancing, prostitution mentioned. Male genitals, male bottom seen. Nude man seen on internet video. Women in skimpy lingerie, swimwear. Cleavage. Shirtless men.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    A family smuggle drugs across the border. Two tonnes of wrapped marijuana seen, marijuana plants and cannabis. Crack, pot, trees, ecstasy, cannabis, marijuana, antibiotics mentioned. Alcohol (beer, cocktails). Smoking (cigar).

  • LANGUAGE

    Frequent f-words, s-words, a-words, derogatory terms for women. Actual and slang terms for genitalia. Name-calling. Antisemitism, misogyny. Jokes and stereotypes regarding paedophilia, suicide, culture, nationalities, gender, race, career, age, weight, parenting, regions, sexuality, homosexuals, physical disability, tourists, menstruation, hippies, illegal immigrants, redheads, teen pregnancy. Religious references and exclamations. Obscene finger gestures.

  • THEMES

    Drug smuggling, drug dealing, drug lords, drug mules, DEA, debt, payback, bribery, family, road trips, abandonment, siblings, identity, witness protection, betrayal, double-crossing, cynicism.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Estranged mother, separated boyfriend, adoption mentioned. Housing eviction notice seen. Hospital, carnival settings. Kitten, shark, fish, killer whale, donkeys, chickens, tarantula, spider bite, dogs. Clowns, planes, fireworks, rainbows, campfire, full moon, sparks. Allergic reaction (spider venom), gagging, fainting. Grilling meat seen. Vomit, diarrhoea, IV drip mentioned. Sweeping aerial cinematography over highway. Out-takes shown at end of film.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Entertaining, sporadically funny, mildly clever, has heart, good casting choices, amusing premise. Jennifer Aniston looks great. Will Poulter is brilliant.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Offensive, vulgar, strained, awkward, cynical, anti-family, overlong. Distorted characters, unlikely tonal shifts. Striptease scene feels unsexy, desperate.

The Hangover Part III

Published in T
Sunday, 19 May 2013 09:16
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  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong coarse language, nudity and crude humour.

  • The pitch

    Triple the headache.

  • Starring

    Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ken Jeong, Melissa McCarthy, John Goodman, Jeffrey Tambor, Heather Graham, Sasha Barrese, Mike Epps, Jamie Chung

  • Directed by

    Todd Phillips

  • Running time

    100 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    Prison riot; objects get burned, thrown. Prison escape. People get shot, punched, kicked, headbutted, hit with objects, crash-tackled, kidnapped, held hostage, hooded, threatened at gunpoint, threatened with a blade, clawed/mauled, locked in a cellar, locked in a car boot, fall to the ground, teeter on high balconies, jump from high ledges. Animals are beheaded, thrown through windows, suffocated, drugged, murdered. Objects (animal's head, rock) are thrown through windscreens. Dangerous driving, multiple vehicle collisions, car rear-ended. Smashed glass. A man collapses from an implied heart attack. Men wear pig-masks. Cockfighting. Shots fired at people, animals. Break and enter; objects get smashed, damaged, stolen. Yelling, arguing. Blood/gore: Bloody scratches on clothing, heads, faces. Hypodermic syringe. Corpses. CPR.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Sexual innuendo. Group sex, prostitution implied. Frequent references to sexual acts, oral sex, masturbation. Kissing (male-female, male-male). Advertising signage for live nude shows, pornography. Nudity: Breasts, women in underwear, man-boobs. Naked Chinaman.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    Prescription medication discussed. Cocaine, 'doing blow' frequently mentioned. Drug paraphernalia, drug deal. A man uses a fake prescription to obtain Demerol. Spiked drink, food. Animals are drugged with legal drugs and cocaine (mentioned). Alcohol (beer, wine, champagne, spirits). Smoking (cigar, cigarettes). Casino setting, casino games mentioned.

  • LANGUAGE

    Frequent f-words, s-words, ass-words, n-word, slang for females and female genitalia. Name-calling. Religious exclamations. Cultural, ethnic, gender, sexual, genre, disability and over-weight stereotyping.

  • THEMES

    Friendship, misadventure, hedonism, stolen goods, mayhem, intervention, mobsters.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Prison, funeral, cemetery, burial, casino settings. Deceased father, husband. Dogs, giraffe, burro, chickens, cockerels, monkey; pig-masks, snakeskin worn, taxidermy. Tiger-skin rug. Planes (landing and mid-cruise), strobe lighting. Cancer, loss of licensure, colour blindness, dyslexia mentioned. Sweating, spitting, gagging, urination, phlegm sounds. A deceased man's clothes are worn. Brief Spanish (no subtitles). High aerials from skyscraper roof. Mid-credits scene.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    A few laughs. Nice aerials over Las Vegas, decent cinematography. Hilarious end credits scene.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Humourless, grotesque, un-structured, ridiculous, un-intelligent, tame, pallid. Alan's character is no longer lovable, endearing.

The Hangover Part II

Published in T
Sunday, 19 May 2013 05:03
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  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong sexual references, nudity, coarse language and drug use.

  • The pitch

    Adventures in thigh-land.

  • Starring

    Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong, Justin Bartha, Paul Giamatti, Mason Lee, Jamie Chung, Sasha Barrese, Mike Tyson, Yasmin Lee, Nick Cassavetes

  • Directed by

    Todd Phillips

  • Running time

    102 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    Attempted stealing. A man's head cracks a glass table. Yelling, arguing, screaming, wrestling, shoving, punching. Street riot with objects thrown, Molotov cocktails, tear gas. Men are beaten with sticks. Gunfire, guns are pointed. A man and an animal shot. A man is locked in an ice-box. Dangerous driving, dangerous boating, motorbike slides under a car, car crashes into market stalls. Embezzlement, ransom. Blood/gore: A man injects himself with a hypodermic needle. Severed finger, bandage. Hanging racks of meat. Blood splatter from pig carcasses, bloody tooth/mouth, bloody hand, bloodied rag, bloody towel. A man is tattooed. Stitches, farting mentioned.

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Strippers, pole-dancers, prostitution. A man simulates oral sex between a monkey and a bottle. Anal sex implied/discussed. Erection, child prostitution mentioned. Kissing. Nudity: A penis is touched, licked. Skimpy dancewear, swimwear. Scrotum, breasts are seen in photographs. Discussion of breast sizes, sex, infidelity. People in underwear. Naked man. Naked transsexual. Bestiality implied.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    A man snorts cocaine. Nitrous mentioned. Drug overdose implied. A meditation sequence shows children injecting drugs. Men are drugged with muscle relaxant, ADHD drugs. A monkey works as a drug courier. Alcohol (champagne, wine, cocktails, spirits). Smoking (pipe, cigarettes). A meditation sequence shows children drinking alcohol, shots. A monkey smokes cigarettes.

  • LANGUAGE

    C-word, f-words, s-words, n-word, a-words, derogatory names for females, genitalia slang. Gay jokes. Name-calling. Gender, sexual, ethnic, cultural stereotypes. Obscene finger gesture. Religious references and exclamations.

  • THEMES

    Bachelor parties, Bangkok, weddings, marriage, friendship, inebriation, travel, misadventure, hedonism, sex, prostitution, missing persons.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Dentist-chair setting. Elephant, monkey, cockroach, dog, pig carcasses, pig's blood, plane, helicopter, bonfire. Sweating, spitting, licking. Seasickness mentioned. Sky-high aerials over mountainous island/beach terrain.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Reasonably funny.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Much of the comedy feels staged, re-hashed. Repetitive, offensive, clichéd. Same formula as its predecessor.

The Hangover

Published in T
Sunday, 19 May 2013 02:31
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Additional Info

  • Rating

    MA15+: Strong sexual references; coarse language and nudity.

  • The pitch

    What happens in Vegas...

  • Starring

    Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha, Ed Helms, Heather Graham, Ken Jeong, Mike Tyson, Mike Epps, Rachael Harris, Sasha Barrese, Jeffrey Tambor, Rob Riggle, Cleo King

  • Directed by

    Todd Phillips

  • Running time

    100 minutes

  • Rated

    MA15+ (Australia), 18 (UK), R (USA)

  • VIOLENCE/GORE

    People are king-hit, punched, shot, beaten with a crowbar, clawed by a tiger, locked in the boot of a car, held hostage, tasered. Dangerous driving, car rammed, near-collision. Domestic violence mentioned. A man mentions that an injunction prohibits him from being within a certain distance of schools/children. A man slices his palm with a blade. A baby and a man are hit with car doors. A man damages a car with a baseball bat. A gun is pointed in threat. Torching a car, police brutality mentioned. A car drives over a man's foot. Car crashes into a bus-stop. Stolen car. A door is kicked in. A man kicks a mobile phone out of a boy's hand. A room is ransacked. Screaming. Blood/gore: Blood on lip, floor, clothing. Bruising, sunburn, missing tooth, bandage, medical check-up. Concussion mentioned. Piercing (photograph).

  • SEX/NUDITY

    Signs advertising nude girls, strippers. Herpes, masturbation, anal sex mentioned. Sexual banter, innuendo, discussion of sexual activity. Oral sex implied. Blow-up doll, strippers, lap-dancing. A man simulates masturbation on a baby. A man simulates anal sex on an animal, bestiality implied. A man simulates ejaculation. Kissing (female-male) and photograph of male-male kissing. Used condom. Nudity: Bare bums, nude men, penis (photo), genitals. Breasts, cleavage, people in underwear, swimwear.

  • VICES/DRUG USE

    People are drugged with a fictional date-rape drug called rufilin. An animal is drugged. Rogaine, cocaine, ecstasy, meth-head, drug-taking mentioned. Photograph of a man snorting cocaine. Alcohol (beer, shots, spirits, champagne, cocktails), inebriation. Gambling (casino games, counting cards).

  • LANGUAGE

    F-words, s-words, a-words, derogatory names for females and homosexuals, genitalia slang. Name-calling. Gay, fat jokes. Obscene finger gestures. Religious references and exclamations. Gender, ethnic, disabled stereotyping.

  • THEMES

    Bachelor parties, Las Vegas, hedonism, infidelity, marriage, responsibility, excessive drinking, single parenting.

  • HIDDEN EXTRAS

    Holocaust, deceased grandparents mentioned. Wedding. Dog, chicken, tiger, pig (mentioned), plane, raw steak. Urination, vomiting, spitting.

  • CRITICS LIKE

    Funny, outrageous. Eclectic characters, good script, amusing plot twists.

  • CRITICS DON'T LIKE

    Silly but not clever. Farcical, unambitious, clichéd. Some comedy falls flat.