Cop Out (2010)
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|MPAA||Rated R for pervasive language including sexual references, violence and brief sexuality|
Sex & Nudity
- A man has an irrational belief that his wife is cheating on him with the neighbor.
- A small amount of other sexual dialogue, some of the raunchy kind. A man constantly teases Paul about his wife cheating on him whilst in the backseat of the police car.
- You actually see footage of the camera in the bedroom. You see wife in lingerie sitting on bed and a guy's behind going towards her....implication that she's about to have sex with the neighbor but it turns out it was her cousin who has no interest in woman (they don't have sex as this was set up)
- Tracy Morgan's character imagines his wife going to take out the trash and she see's their neighbor making thrusting noises and images towards her.
Violence & Gore
- A man is shot with a machine gun some blood is seen on the counter of the shop (though this scene is brief).
- Two people are shot in the head all are off screen and most of the time all that is seen is the gun being pointed at someones head and then cuts to another scene
- At the end of a car chase the car crashes and a man flies out and hitting his head hard on a tombstone and breaks his neck
- A high-up Mexican mafioso and his henchmen orchestrate an assassination of a Mexican government official, then cuts out the tongues of people who are either witnesses or employees
- A man's handcuffs are crammed into a police car bumper, to the point where he can't escape, and in order to get information, the 2 cops drive at increasing speeds
- A man is shot in the chest killing him and destroying the baseball card (this is played for laughs)
- In a torture scene a person is tied up on a chair and has baseballs thrown at them
- A man is stabbed in the head (no blood and only goes for about 10 seconds)
- At the end of the shootout, a guy is shot in the chest and head, blood is seen on the wall
- About 80 uses of the f-word, numerous uses of "shit" and some other anatomical terms, common with Kevin Smith films.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- References to drug cartels and marijuana use are in the script, along with clear alcohol consumption.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A Mexican gang brings people to their basement, ties them to chairs and repeatedly throws baseballs at them. This can be considered to be intense.