Nutty Professor II: The Klumps

 
 

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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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MPAA Rating: PG-13

Eddie Murphy stars as both Sherman Klump and the whole Klump clan, in this sequel to the 1996 film. This time Sherman has a new potion and new love interest (Janet Jackson). With Larry Miller, John Ales, Anna Maria Horsford, Melinda McGraw, Jamal Mixon and Gabriel Williams. [1:50]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - All of this is played mainly for laughs and some of the "women" are actually played by a man (Eddie Murphy): A lot of sexual innuendo, including lots of references to penis size and erections, and references to ménage à trois and homosexuality. We see a woman with lots of cleavage and when a man stares at her, he develops an erection we can see through his pants as it grows to cartoonish proportions. A woman rubs her own clothed breasts in excitement, and a woman with exposed cleavage has her shirt ripped open until her bra shows. A scene of suggestive dancing includes a man thrusting against the ground. From another room we hear moaning and a bed squeaking. We briefly see dogs mating in one scene and hamsters mating in another. It is implied that a man is raped by a giant hamster (see Violence/Gore below). A man strips down to his pants and suspenders at a party of women, and a woman strips for a man and french kisses him. A woman runs in a field with her large breasts showing through her clothes. An old woman dives underwater in a hot tub; she's without her dentures and fellatio is implied. A woman receives a gift of a teddy with crotch-less panties and holes over the nipples. We see a nude baby bottom.

VIOLENCE/GORE 5 - Primarily played for laughs: A man is kicked in the face, a man is "born" out of another man's body, a man holds another's head underwater (but to help him, not hurt him) and a man is choking and the Heimlich maneuver is performed. A man's hand is slapped and fluid is drawn from a man (the process is similar to having blood drawn). During three different scenes a man convulses, screams and falls, and glass breaks. Some goo on the floor becomes a hand. A man accidentally kills a parrot (we just hear squawks), and there's a fistfight between two men. A person is thrown into a garbage can, is kicked into a garbage can, and a person is blown back against a wall. A man hits another man on the head with a rolled up newspaper. A giant hamster roars and people stampede out of the room; it's implied that the hamster rapes a man (later the man has claw marks on his suit and can't sit down). A man tries to shoot the giant hamster, and the hamster shoots out giant pellets of feces at the man who's blown back several feet by the force of the impact. A baby punches someone and then urinates on the person's face. A man passes gas which sets curtains on fire, and there are a couple more scenes where people pass gas and a man vomits. Reckless driving and a violent storm.

PROFANITY 6 - One F-word derivative and one flipped bird, many obscenities, scatological references and anatomical references; one racial slur. [profanity glossary]

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Obesity, the academic life, scientific research, families.

MESSAGE - We don't always like every aspect of our personalities, but must accept the bad with the good anyway.

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