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Mechanic: Resurrection [2016] [R] - 5.6.5

 
 

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Unlike the MPAA we do not assign one inscrutable rating based on age, but 3 objective ratings for SEX/NUDITY, VIOLENCE/GORE and PROFANITY on a scale of 0 to 10, from lowest to highest, depending on quantity and context.

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After retiring to a small island a professional assassin (Jason Statham) tries to get away from his past. Unfortunately, a former acquaintance won't allow it and holds a woman (Jessica Alba) hostage until the assassin commits three murders that have to look like accidents. Also with Tommy Lee Jones, Michelle Yeoh and Sam Hazeldine. Directed by Dennis Gansel. Some dialogue is in Portuguese, Thai, Khmer and Bulgarian with and without English subtitles. [1:39]

SEX/NUDITY 5 - A man and a woman kiss and caress, and then undress; they take off their tops (we see bare backs) and they lie on a bed where they continue to kiss with him lying between her legs and there is slight thrusting (sex is implied).
 A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage. A woman wears a short, low-cut dress that reveals bare legs and cleavage. A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage and bare shoulders in several scenes. A woman raises her top to reveal injuries and her bare back as another woman treats her wounds. A woman wears a tube top that reveals cleavage, bare shoulders and abdomen. A woman wears a bikini that reveals cleavage, bare abdomen and partial buttocks. A man removes his robe to swim and we see him wearing tight-fitting trunks (his bare chest, abdomen and back are seen). A man is shown shirtless in several scenes.
 A man and a woman dance slowly and hold each other close. A man and a woman gaze at each other lovingly. A woman rests her head on a man's shoulder while they dance and hold each other. A woman ties a ribbon around the waist of a man and a woman and they stand close together as they talk.
 A man is frisked by a woman on a boat and she touches between his legs to his crotch.

VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - A man jumps out of a helicopter and into the ocean where he swims to and under a large ship; he boards the vessel and shoots and beats many armed guards (blood spurts with each gunshot wound), a woman is held and pulled through the ship and she kicks and struggles with the men holding her and the man is jabbed in the leg with what looks like a cattle prod and he yells, fights with several more men and jumps overboard to escape.
 A woman seated at a table in a restaurant with a man reaches for a gun hidden between her legs and a man at the same table stops her by pinning her arms under the table; the man then fights several other men: one man is stabbed in the back, one man is head-butted, one man's face is pressed on a cooking surface and we see his charred face, and two men are set on fire before the man jumps onto a sky car; the woman and a few other men chase the man, shoot through the car's roof toward him and he jumps onto a passing paraglider and gets away.
 Two men fight and one holds a stick across the throat of the other man; they struggle and one holds a cloth over the face of the other man who falls unconscious, and the second man forces a liquid into the other man's mouth as he thrashes and foams at the mouth (he slumps against a wall dead). A man with a prosthetic arm pulls the hand off to reveal a knife as he charges another man to stab him; the first man is stabbed by a thrown knife and falls to the ground dead (a bit of blood shows at the wound).
 Two men fight and one swings a heavy chain and an anchor at the other; one is wrapped with the heavy chain and the other jumps overboard as the ship explodes into splinters (presumably killing the man left in chains).
 A man fights several men on a ship's deck stabbing each one (we see blood spurt and gush as we hear crunching); the man shoots several armed guards (we see blood spurt) as a woman punches a man in the crotch and he shoots her in the side (we see blood on her dress); a grenade and a man are thrown into a hot tub and the man blows up with the detonation (we see blood and matter in the water).
 A man and a woman argue and fight on a boat; we hear the man yelling and hear slaps and kicks landing, and another man boards the boat and fights with the man until he is struck and falls back on the deck (we see him lying dead with blood under his head). A man hits a woman hard in the face.
 
A man uses a large gun to shoot an armed guard then steals a helicopter; he flies to a compound where he knocks several armed guards out and fights with others, then holds a gun on a man locked inside a panic room.
 A man scales the outside of a high-rise building and dangles underneath a cantilevered swimming pool as another man swims in the pool; the glass bottom of the pool shatters and we see water pouring out, then we hear the swimming man screaming as he falls many stories to his death (we see a pile of blood and matter on the ground below).
 A man trips an explosive that blows up a walkway as a man walks across it; we see the man fall and we hear that he was buried under rubble in the ocean. A man blows up his own boat remotely when he sees two men onboard; we see the two men blown into the air and splash into the water (presumably dead). A man pours gasoline on a boat then fires a flare from a distance causing the boat to explode (there was a dead body on board).
 A man blows up a prison wall, and jumps through the hole and off a cliff into the ocean below where he is briefly followed by a large shark as he is shot at by prison guards. A man fights with several men on a beach as two men take a woman away on a boat. A man smokes a cigarette while walking on a street and is told to stop by police; he flicks the lit cigarette in the face of one officer and the man is tackled and handcuffed. A man holds a gun on a woman and she tries to get it away from him; they struggle briefly and the man questions the woman. A man sits on a chair that is rigged with an explosive device.
 Men in a prison bet on a rat in a ring as they stand around it cheering. A man is frisked by a woman on a boat. A man burns his passport and a few other items.
 Two men argue and threaten each other; one man threatens to kill a woman if the other man does not kill three other men. A man talks about another man having killed people and that he would "eat their hearts." A woman describes how another woman was beaten and dumped off a truck and that she died shortly after. A man talks about being an orphan and being sold to a gangster who trained child soldiers. A woman proposes a job to a man and tells him that he must kill three men.
 A woman is shown with dark bruises on her arm and a cut on her lip. A woman has dark bruises and scratches on her back.

PROFANITY 5 - About 10 F-words and its derivatives, 1 sexual reference, 3 scatological terms, 1 anatomical term, 7 mild obscenities, name-calling (communist, socialist, bastard), 1 religious profanity (GD), 1 religious exclamation (Oh God). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - A man buys either a drug or an explosive from another man on a street. A man drinks from a beer bottle at a restaurant, and a man and a woman drink beers in a beach bar. A man smokes a cigarette while walking on a street.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Kidnapping, assassination, orphans, blackmail, human trafficking, greed, loyalty, underage sex workers, arms dealers, abandonment.

MESSAGE - Protecting a loved one against ruthless killers is a challenge.

Special Keywords: S5 - V6 - P5 - MPAAR

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