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Homefront [2013] [R] - 6.7.10



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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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A former undercover DEA operative (Jason Statham) tries to get away from his past life and occupation and takes his young daughter (Izabela Vidovic) to a remote parish outside New Orleans. But the townspeople don't take to him and then he uncovers a local meth operation. Also with James Franco, Winona Ryder, Rachelle Lefevre, Kate Bosworth and Clancy Brown. Directed by Gary Fleder. [1:40]

SEX/NUDITY 6 - A woman gets out of her car and a man kisses her; they kiss passionately and we then see her sprawled over the hood of the car as he thrusts from behind and they both moan (her cleavage is visible).
 A woman wears low-slung pants with a short top that reveals her lower abdomen and lower back in several scenes. A woman wears a top that reveals cleavage in a few scenes. A young woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage. A woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage while working in a bar. A woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage and short shorts that reveal her bare legs.
 A man moves toward a woman in a suggestive manner and she hands him a file, and then walks away. A woman wearing short shorts (her legs to the hip are shown) is seen standing next to a taxi; it's not clear if she is propositioning someone inside the taxi. A man asks a woman if she had sex with another man (it is implied that she did). A man and a woman flirt and she touches his arm tenderly. A pre-teen girl asks her father what he thinks of her teacher and he says, "She's nice."

VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - Armed DEA agents and police break into a bar where drugs are being manufactured; shooting breaks out, the chemicals being used to make the drugs explode and we see officers and others being struck and falling dead or injured (some blood spurts and is seen on wounds); another explosion knocks officers outside the bar to the ground as a car speeds out of an alleyway, the car speeds away while being chased by a man on a motorcycle as well as police cars and when the car and motorcycle speed toward each other, the motorcycle tips over, the rider falls off and the motorcycle skids into the car and blows up; the rider limps to the car and forces the occupants to get out of the car, shoots one of them in the leg (we see blood spurt) and we see the other with a bloody wound on his head and face; the man with the leg wound is then shot repeatedly and we see bloody wounds open up in his chest and abdomen as he falls dead and the other man screams in anger.
 Several armed men walk onto a man's property and search around outside the house; one gunman is slammed with a stall gate by a man in a stable and the two men fight (one man has blood on his nose) until one man stabs the other in the abdomen with a pitchfork (we hear a crunch and no blood is evident) and he slumps to the ground dead; one man enters the house and is shot as he climbs the stairs (he falls down the stairs dead); a man uses another man as a shield against other men shooting at him and we see the man struck repeatedly (blood spurts); a man chases a pre-teen girl hiding outside and she runs through woods to a pier where a woman grabs her and locks her in a compartment on a boat; a man shoots another man in the head and we see blood splatter and a man attacks another man and they fight with punches, kicks and wrestling maneuvers until one stabs the other three times in the chest (we hear crunches and we see blood at the wound sites).
 A man and a woman argue and the woman is shot in the abdomen (we see blood on her shirt as she slumps to the ground). A man is shot as he stands by his car and honks the horn (blood sprays). A man holds a gun to another man's head, the second man takes the gun away from the first and beats the first man with it (he falls unconscious) when another man hits the second man in the face with a metal bar (we see him with blood on his face later). A man threatens another man at a gas pump and when he turns off the pump before the man is finished, they fight; one man is punched and kicked and his head is slammed into the glass front of the gas pump (the glass shatters and we see blood on his head), while the other is punched and his head is slammed into the car window (it shatters and we see blood on his face). A man with his hands tied fights several other men; he head-butts one man (we see the man's bloody mouth) and fights others with kicks until he cuts his restraints; he then stabs one man in the hand with a screwdriver, hits another in the head with a boat battery and kicks another back into water. A man is tied into a chair and his head is held in water by two other men who bring him up and punch him in the face and stomach repeatedly (we see blood on his face). A pre-teen girl stabs a woman in the hand and the woman screams and recoils.
 A man enters a shack where several young people are smoking crack; the man yells at them and hits one young man in the leg with a club and he yells in pain and the man threatens to pour gasoline down their throats but says, "I don't want to kill a bunch of little kids." A man confronts another man, shoves him and lunges to hit him when the other man tackles him to the ground and twists his arm; a woman yells for the man being held to do something.
 A woman flips a light switch that causes an explosion in a meth lab and the entire building goes up in flames.
 A man in a car chases another man and a pre-teen girl in another car; one car rams the other and they both swerve, they drive onto a bridge that is opening and one of the cars flips and rolls a couple of times; the driver is trapped inside the car as the other driver approaches with a gun, the other man gets out of the car and the two fight; one beats the other in the face repeatedly and then holds a gun to his head (he does not shoot).
 Several men on motorcycles ride to a bar and go inside (we see a man holding a shotgun standing on the roof of the bar); they walk through the bar, put oxygen masks on and enter a room where drugs are being made. Two men are shown "cooking" crystal meth.
 A man grabs a woman around the neck and threatens her. A man threatens another man and says, "You're dead. Your kids are dead." A woman calls a man disparaging names in front of their pre-teen son. A man and his pre-teen daughter argue about leaving a place and she calls him a liar. A pre-teen girl cries and talks about her mother (we understand that she died); she says, "I miss her so much that my stomach hurts."
 A boy stands in a girl's way on a playground, then takes her hat and won't give it back; the boy shoves the girl and she falls back on the ground; the girl gets up and punches the boy in the nose and the stomach (he falls back and he has a bloody nose).
 A man stabs the tire of another man's car and we hear it deflate. A man walks through another man's house and rummages through his possessions, taking his daughter's stuffed rabbit.
 A vicious dog lunges at a man, barks and snarls at him but is held by a chain. A man goes looking for a girl's pet cat and walks through dark woods calling for it; he then finds a severed toy rabbit's head on a fence post. A horse gets spooked and rears until a man calms it. We see an alligator swimming in a body of water. A man has a tattoo of an alligator on his arm and he says that people call him "Gator." A young girl talks about snakes.
 We see a woman with a bloody bandage on her abdomen in an ambulance after being shot. A man pours a pan of prepared crawfish onto a table and begins to eat with his fingers; a woman seated across the table seems uncomfortable and covers her mouth (we understand that she is allergic). A man spits while eating crawfish.

PROFANITY 10 - About 115 F-words and its derivatives, 3 sexual references, 42 scatological terms, 9 anatomical terms, 15 mild obscenities, name-calling (loser, idiot, dumb, stone cold killer, rednecks, crazy waiting to happen, monkeys, pig, pathetic coward, retarded, stupid, liar, tough daddy), 13 religious profanities (GD), 4 religious exclamations (e.g. Jesus Christ, Oh My God, God). [profanity glossary]

SUBSTANCE USE - Several young people are shown smoking a drug in a shack, a man smokes crack, a man gives a woman a drug wrapped in a wrapper and they talk about having it (the use) under control, a man puts a drug (crystal meth) in a glass pipe and tries to light it but is stopped by another man, and we hear that a woman was "smuggling dope into Angola." A woman serves pitchers of beer in a bar and we see people drinking, two men drink whiskey from plastic cups and one pours his out after the other man leaves, and a man and a woman drink beverages from cans (it could be beer). A woman smokes cigarettes in several scenes, and another woman smokes in several scenes.

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Methamphetamines, illegal drug, feuds, country payback, family, death of a spouse, death of a parent, friendship, fear, IKEA, chemical addiction, respect, bullies, Appalachia, grudges, Interpol, community, belonging, New Orleans.

MESSAGE - Running away from problems doesn't always solve them.

Special Keywords: S6 - V7 - P10 - MPAAR

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