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G.I. Jane | 1997 | R | - 3.7.7

Demi Moore is the first female to try to become a Navy SEAL.

SEX/NUDITY 3 - A woman's bare buttocks are briefly seen twice. A woman is seen in a skimpy bra. A couple bathe in a tub and we get a brief glimpse of her breasts. Men are shown in boxer shorts. Kissing. Sexual innuendo.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - A battle scene with gunfire, mines and grenades; the back of a man's head is shot (with blood) and few other people are shot dead. A man is shot in the knee (with blood splattering). Some fires and explosions (sometimes people are thrown by the force). Recruits are fired upon during training. A heavy drum rolls over a man. A few men beat up another with kicks and punches. A woman is smacked hard in the face which results in a very bloody mouth and teeth. A woman is thrown hard against a pole. Very bloody hands and knee are shown. A broken nose is reset with an audible crack, and thick blood drips from the nose and mouth. Blood is smeared all over the faces of two people. A man and woman punch and kick each other and the woman kicks the man in the crotch. An attempted rape. Lots of scenes of military intimidation and hazing (yelling, pushing, etc.). Plastic bags are put over two people's heads. Many scenes where people have very bruised, sometimes bloody, faces.


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LANGUAGE 7 - About 35 F-words, many scatological references, some anatomical references, many mild obscenities, a racial slur.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Sexism, the military, hazing and military training, politics.

MESSAGE - Women can be as tough as men.

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