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Sex & Nudity
- Renaldo (Bruce Campbell) fancies himself a ladies' man and hits on several women throughout the film, although he never says anything explicit or raunchy.
- The crude outline of a naked lady is seen, but it is not at all detailed.
Violence & Gore
- Many people die throughout the movie, as it is a spoof of crime-thrillers, although all the violence is very silly and played as dark-humored slapstick. There is little, if any, blood or gore.
- Two people, in particular, are electrocuted by the pair of hitmen. This happens offscreen, but their charred bodies are later seen. Again, all quite silly.
- 1 f-word, multiple milder words throughout (hell, ass, etc.)
- Not nearly as constant as most other Coen brothers films.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Renaldo and Mr. Trend are smoking pipes together. Mr. Trend puffs out little circles of smoke. Renaldo, attempting to top him, puffs out what appears to be the outline of a naked lady (not graphic/detailed at all).
- A few other people are seen smoking; cigarettes are seen in a car's glove compartment.
- Many people are drinking wine/liquor in a nightclub.
- Renaldo asks a woman if she wants to come over for a "scotch and sofa".
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Dead bodies are seen.
- The two hitmen, while wacky, could be a little creepy to small children.
- The darker style of physical humor may upset some, but not likely.