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Out of Sight | 1998 | R | - 5.6.10

George Clooney is a bank robber and Jennifer Lopez is the U.S. marshal who tries to stop him but falls in love with him instead.

SEX/NUDITY 5 - Lots and lots of sexual innuendo and sexual tension. A man and woman begin to undress (we see them in their underwear) and then kiss passionately (nothing more is shown). Women wear some cleavage revealing outfits. A man is seen in a bathtub.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - Several people are shot and killed or wounded. Prisoners are fired upon and it is implied that they are killed. A prisoner is stabbed resulting in bloody wounds. There is a bloody scene showing two murdered people. A man shoots another man, a man accidentally shoots himself leaving a bloody head wound, and a woman shoots at two men. Boxing matches. A woman hits a man with a metal rod and a man knocks a prison guard unconscious. Some kicking, hitting with objects, face slapping and punching. A woman slams a man into a wall and then to the floor. A woman is shoved into the trunk of a car. An attempted rape. A man squishes a bag of goldfish. Threatening with guns.


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LANGUAGE 10 - Over 50 F-words, more than 40 scatological terms, about 24 anatomical terms, about 15 mild obscenities, a racial slur and sundry insults.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Robbery, prison life, duty vs. personal feelings, law enforcement.

MESSAGE - Lust can be stronger than duty. Even criminals can be basically decent people.

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