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Delta Farce [2007] [PG-13] - 4.4.6



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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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Larry (Larry the Cable Guy) and his two buddies (Bill Engvall and D.J. Qualls) are mistaken as U.S. Army troops when they spend a weekend playing soldier at an army base. The trio is loaded on an airplane heading for Iraq, but while on route, they are accidentally dropped in Mexico along with a hard-nosed sergeant. Unaware of the geographical error, Larry leads his crew to fight bandits who are terrorizing a village. Also with Keith David and Marisol Nichols. Directed by C. B. Harding. [1:30]

SEX/NUDITY 4 - A woman wears a tight, low-cut shirt that also reveals some of her stomach. A woman wearing a low cut shirt kisses a man on the cheek. Women are shown wearing tight T-shirts and short shorts while waiting on people in a bar. A man's buttocks are partially shown during a medical procedure. A man wears a dress, a man wears a woman's top, and a man wears women's sheer lingerie (his chest and jockey shorts are visible). We see a man in a tank top and swim trunks.
 Two men talk about taking advantage of another man, and then we hear a man yelling from inside a house, he comes out wearing a sheer negligee and chasing another man whose pants are around his ankles (the man in the negligee yells, "I'm gonna kill you, deviants").
 A man sits inside a storage locker wearing a tank top and animal print jockey shorts while holding a blow-up doll.
 A man and a woman kiss a couple of times, but their faces are not shown. A man caresses another man's forehead in a suggestive manner.
 Two men wake up next to each other and another man makes a comment about the two being gay. A man with binoculars watches a woman from a distance and another makes a comment about his interest in her cup size.
 People discuss equal rights and equal employment opportunities regardless of sexual orientation. A man makes jokes about onlookers being gay. A bumper sticker is shown that makes reference to sex. A woman tells her boyfriend that she is pregnant by another man. Two men talk about women at "Hooters" wearing "shorty-shorts" and that they should not be allowed to while they are pregnant. A man tells another man that someone has been exposing himself at the mall. A man talks about having sex with a woman under the stars. There is a reference to a sexually transmitted disease. A ventriloquist dummy makes a sexually suggestive remark. A woman confesses having multiple sexual relationships, which involved premarital sex.
 It is implied that a man is gay: he acts flirtatiously with another man who is bound by the hands, and he caresses his hair. A man is forced to sing a duet with a gay man, and a man tries to kiss another man. A man is shown wearing makeup and singing a duet ("I Got You Babe") with another man.
 A man is shown with his arms around the shoulders of two women who are acting flirtatiously. A man and a woman look at each other with interest in a few scenes. A man is shown sitting on a toilet.

VIOLENCE/GORE 4 - Men repeatedly use guns and other military equipment irresponsibly and do not follow orders from their commanding officer. A man shoots at innocent people and misses, but does shoot a donkey (which seems dead, but gets up after awhile). A man shoots towards another man, but hits something the man is holding. A group of men shoots household items with rifles (as if they are skeet shooting). Men are shown shooting at other men (no one is hit). A man shoots a ventriloquist's dummy.
 Two groups of men fight using a tank, a cannon and handguns -- explosions are shown from the tank shooting at buildings. Men with guns fire back and forth at each other in a village in a couple of scenes, and there are also explosions that accompany the gunfire. Many armed men on horseback ride into a village pulling a tank, the tank fires causing large explosions, and the tank is fired upon and it explodes. A man accidentally fires a rocket launcher in a village and the rocket flies into a well, explodes and water shoots into the air.
 Two boys with golf clubs beat a man as a parent yells at them for using his good golf clubs. A man hits another man on the head with a large rock and the man falls unconscious. A man strikes a man on the head as he tries to kiss another man. A man is punched hard in the face and falls to the ground unconscious.
 A woman is dragged and pulled by a man. A man holds a woman hostage, holding a gun under her chin.
 Pilots of a plane lose control during a storm, they offload vehicles to stabilize the plane; three men are asleep in one of the vehicles and another man becomes caught in the rigging and is pulled out of the plane (we see the man lying on the ground motionless and we are told that he is dead).
 A man faints after nearly being shot. A man is shown lying unconscious after a fall from an airplane. A man is shown with bruises and cuts on his face after an apparent beating.
 A man is strapped into a chair and another man prepares devices to torture him (a battery with cables, as well as surgical tools). A man is buried under a mound of sand (three other men think he is dead but he is not). Several men with guns harass and frighten villagers.
 A man threatens to kill some men a couple of times, but he tells other men to kill the men for him (nothing is shown after the conversation). Three men hold two men at gunpoint. A man with a gun and a knife threatens another man. We hear a man yelling from inside a house, he comes out of the house wearing a sheer negligee and chasing another man whose pants are around his ankles (the man in the negligee yells, "I'm gonna kill you, deviants").
 Several men compete in a wrestling match, and some of the men get thrown out of the ring.
 A sergeant talks about the tip of a spear being shoved up someone's anus (using crude terms). A man yells at three men repeatedly throughout the movie using insulting and demeaning terms. A husband and wife argue in many scenes (she tends to yell abusively at him).
 A man describes martial arts moves that can immobilize and kill opponents. A man talks about people robbing a grave for a body and that selling parts of the male anatomy can bring a lot of money. A husband talks about dreaming of a "murder-suicide" when he thinks about his wife. A man talks about another man falling asleep at the wheel of a car, crashing the car and killing himself and others who were in the car. People talk about a former police officer driving his car into a beauty salon. A man talks about the size of his stool after a bowel movement.
 A man mistakenly drinks urine from a canteen. A man urinates in a canteen and talks about having to drink it if they run out of water. A man flatulates and two others react to the smell. Three men are shown covered with mud after military training exercises.

PROFANITY 6 - 1 F-word, 4 sexual references, 30 scatological terms, 29 anatomical terms, 48 mild obscenities, 6 derogatory terms for mentally challenged, 1 derogatory term for someone who is overweight, 2 derogatory terms for Indians, 2 derogatory terms for Iraqis and Mexicans, 2 derogatory terms for homosexuals, 2 exclamations, name-calling (idiot, maggots, stupid, cowards, vicious bandits), 2 religious profanities, 3 religious exclamations. [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - People drink alcoholic beverages outside their homes, in a bar atmosphere in a few scenes, and while in a car. Two men talk about a man's mother drinking and snorting paint fumes while she was pregnant. A man finds chewing tobacco spit in his food and later another man almost eats the same food. A bumper sticker is shown that makes reference to marijuana.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Equal rights, infidelity, marriage, patriotism, preserving freedom, war brides, staying committed to a cause, bravery, homosexuality, team work, liberation, terrorism, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, courage, miracles, hopes and dreams, being fired because of sexual orientation, selflessness, political spin, fatal auto accidents, heroism, military service, rules of engagement, AWOL, "Don't ask, Don't tell" policy

MESSAGE - Cooperation and teamwork can stop bullying. Even bumbling incompetents can sometimes make a difference.

(Note: There are several instances when three men make references to Iraqis, Indians, Native Americans and Mexicans using insulting and demeaning terms, a man tells jokes that are demeaning to Mexican people, and two children are shown wearing Native American headdresses.)

Special Keywords: S4 - V4 - P6 - MPAAPG-13

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