A Life Less Ordinary (1997)
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|MPAA||Rated R for violence and language|
Sex & Nudity
- Two people dance provocatively in a club.
- Some comments related to sex, most children will not understand.
- The camera lingers on a woman in a swimsuit.
- A woman holds a gun against a girls head as she robs a bank. No one is injured.
- A man and woman are implied to have had sex.
- Cameron Diaz is in her underwear for a few seconds.
Violence & Gore
- The movie centers around a man that kidnaps his bosses daughter.
- There are some bloody gunshot wounds shown, in addition to other injuries.
- Several security guards tackle a man and hit him several times until he fires a gun and they back off.
- A woman shoots an apple off of a man's head. She attempts to do the same to another man, but he moves and she hits him in the head. This is not shown but we hear him scream.
- A woman cuts her arm with a razor blade and lets the blood follow out. A man sees and faints. Not graphic.
- A woman is crushed between a truck and a boulder. There is no gore however and she survives.
- A man is threatened with a gun to did his own grave.
- A man and woman are shot in the head. The bullet hole with minor blood is shown a couple times. Minor gore.
- Some verbal threats are said by one of the characters.
- One cringeworthy scene involves a close up shot of a man driving a scalpel into another man's leg in order to remove a bullet. The man screams in pain, as blood gushes from his leg, the scene is played for laughs though.
- The Lord's name is taken in vain at least three times.
- About a dozen uses of the s-word.
- H*ll is said.
- B*tch is said.
- A few uses of the f-word.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- People drink in a bar. A man and woman drink several shots in a row as a competition.
- A woman smokes a cigarette.
- Minor smoking and a some brief drinking
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- While the movie may seem to be a fast paced thriller, it is not.
- The violence can be intense and surprising at times, but the movie is ultimately a comedy.