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Nothing to Lose | 1997 | R | - 3.4.9

Tim Robbins and Martin Lawrence become buddies when Lawrence tries to carjack Robbins.

SEX/NUDITY 3 - A couple is having sex with the woman on top; we see his leg and her back and hear moaning. A woman wears a cleavage revealing outfit. We see G-string clad women and suggestive dancing in a strip club. A woman dances suggestively while disrobing -- she gets down to a bra. A woman starts to undress a man but no nudity is seen. Sexual innuendo (including homosexual references). Kissing. A statue with a huge penis.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 4 - A man is shot with a bit of blood on his shirt. People are shot at. A man straightens his broken nose with a spoon and an audible crack. A man falls off a balcony. A man has his gun shot out of his hand. A man's head is banged on a car door a few times. A man's feet catch fire. A man has mace sprayed in his face. A man is hit in the mouth with a little bit of blood. Two men are hit in the head with a skillet. A few scuffles, a fistfight with punches and rolling around. An attempted choking. Threatening with guns. Reckless driving. Chases. Men are slapped in the face a few times.


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LANGUAGE 9 - About 60 F-words, multiple profane hand gestures, many scatological references, many anatomical references, some mild obscenities.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Friendship, suspecting infidelity, carjacking, racism.

MESSAGE - Dissimilar people can still become good friends and overcome adversity together.

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