|PROFANITY: (View Profanity)|
The F-word is spoken 1 time. The S-word is spoken 13 times. There are 45 other profanities spoken.
|SEX & NUDITY:|
A man is shown peeping through a window at a woman stripping down to her underwear; a punishment in hell involves a man being raped by a large bird creature; two dogs are shown engaging in sexual motions; depiction of prosthetic breasts on a character's head; a cross-dressing character is shown arousing himself by rubbing his nipples.
A supernatural character is shown dying repeatedly after being hit by moving vehicles, including one scene where blood and gore spatter bystanders; scenes of a character being hit by a police officer and another character after accosting them on the street; scene of a woman spraying a man in the face with pepper spray; fight scene between two sons of the devil involving punches, choking and a pillow fight; a character threatens a woman and two men by holding their throats.
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
Underage children shown getting drunk and vomiting, used for comic effect; a character is shown drinking schnapps in several scenes; scene of a supernatural dog being fed alcohol in a bar; scene of four characters responding to the effects of marijuana baked into a cake.
Chase scene of dozens of characters chasing the main character, including wheelchair-bound characters who pile up when they hit the side of a bus; climactic battle between two supernatural characters involving punches, special effects and a pillow fight.
Crude comedy using vomit, urine and other bodily functions for humor; broad physical comedy often involving characters hitting each other or themselves; fish-out-of-water comedy involving the devil's son in his first visit to earth; use of accusations of homosexuality for comic effect; cameo appearances by well-known performers used as comic punch lines.
|TONE OF MOVIE:|
Special effects of supernatural characters possessing other bodies or moving into and out of other objects, used primarily for comic effect.
Potentially offensive use of the Devil and his son as sympathetic characters, while religious characters are used as the butt of jokes; also humorous depiction of Satan-worshipers.
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