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(1999)

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Certification

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MPAA Rated PG-13 for action violence, continuous language and some crude humor
Certification

Sex & Nudity

  • Tully calls Miles gay as an insult.
  • No sex or nudity at all.
  • A quick brief mention of Miles's girlfriend. He describes her by saying, "My wife Janice... Ass!".

Violence & Gore

  • Shootouts, car chases, and explosions are seen throughout this film, but not many characters die. There is one brief shootout due to a sting operation, which leads to an intense car chase. Overall, not much blood, and no gore.
  • Miles kicks Deke in the face.
  • One character shoots another character in the chest from the ground, and blood can be seen on the man's shirt. Later, another character gets shot in the chest at the end of the film, and blood spurts from his chest as well.
  • A character's head is slammed into a steering wheel. This is done for comedic effect.
  • Miles often roughs up suspects during interrogation, such as slamming them on a table or up against a wall, but this too is meant to be funny.
  • One character is shot point-blank by another character, and falls off of a rooftop and lands on a police car. Some blood can be seen, and his corpse is shown later, but none of this is very graphic.
  • Miles punches Tully in the face.

Profanity

  • 31-32 uses of 'shit', 2 of which are used as 'bullshit', and 1 of which is used as 'shit-head'.
  • 17 uses of 'damn', 3 of which are used as 'God-d*mn'.
  • 11 uses of 'hell'.
  • 3 uses of 'bitch', 2 of which are used as 'son of a bitch'.
  • 1 use of 'dick' (a character calls another character 'dick-less').
  • Lots of profanity, but no hard language is used, and it's mostly kept at a PG-13 level.
  • 1 use of 'balls'.
  • 30-31 uses of 'ass', 2 of which are used as 'asshole'.
  • Some sexual references, but they're mild.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A large shipment of drugs is taken in as evidence by the police, and is then seen in a truck several times later. Tully takes one of the bags of drug for himself when no one is looking.
  • One of the central themes of the movie is Miles taking down a drug dealer.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Though most of the movie is played out with a comedic under-tone, there are several intense scenes, such as the final shootout and truck chase, and the final stand-off between Miles and Deke.
  • Some intensity (COULD BE INTENSE FOR VERY SENSITIVE VIEWERS). It's actually more comedic sometimes.
  • The opening robbery/betrayal scene may be intense.

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