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THE 6TH DAY

PROFANITY: (View Profanity)
     The F-word is spoken 1 time. The S-word is spoken 13 times. God's name is spoken in vain 4 times. There are 38 other profanities spoken.

SEX & NUDITY:
     Brief glimpse of a side view of bare female breast and buttocks after a character is cloned; suggestive references to a sexual encounter between a husband and wife; suggestive scene of a holographic woman sitting on a man's lap and unzipping his pants.

VIOLENCE:
     Slow-motion scene of a football player getting injured, including graphic sound of a neck breaking; an assassin is thrown from a moving car and driven over by another car; an assassin is shot and killed; lengthy car chase scene involving extensive shooting with plasma guns; use of an electric "taser" to subdue characters; a man breaks the neck of an assassin; energy blasts shoot off one character's leg below the knee and another charater's fingers; struggle and gunfight between two characters; at least three additional lengthy scenes of characters shooting at each other with plasma guns.

DRUGS & ALCOHOL:
     Scene of characters drinking beer; depiction of cigar-smoking in a context where smoking has been made illegal.

ACTION:
     Computer-generated aircraft shown swooping through canyons; shootouts and chases as described in "Violence" above.

COMEDY:
     One-liners referring to cloned assassins inability to "stay dead;" use of cloned Schwarzenegger characters side-by-side for comic effect; comic depiction of one character's use of a virtual reality woman as a sexual companion.

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PROFANITY SPOKEN
1 A-s/A-s Hole
5 B-stard
10 B-tch/SOB
4 Damn
1 F-word
4 G-d Damn
4 God (as in "Oh my God")
7 Hell
4 Jesus, Christ or Jesus Christ
13 Sh-t
2 S-rew/S-rewing
1 Suck/Sucked

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