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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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Violence & Gore
Profanity
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MPAA Rating: R

Mayhem, war and death erupt after the South Park kids start using the language they hear in a movie and their parents try to censor it. With the voices of Mary Kay Bergman, George Clooney, Minnie Driver, Isaac Hayes, Eric Idle, Mike Judge, Trey Parker and Matt Stone. [1:20]

SEX/NUDITY 7 - Lots of sexual innuendo (including references to masturbation, bestiality, incest and homosexuality). We hear moaning while boys watch a sex video on the computer (we briefly see an animated man and woman having sex and a woman preparing to perform fellatio). An animated couple are shown in bed together, (presumably post-coitus), an animated woman -- seen from the torso up -- shoots ping pong balls at a male audience from between her spread knees and a couple of times an animated character makes hand motions under covers, implying masturbation. We see animated full frontal male nudity, an animated mound that is supposed to be a clitoris, animated bare breasts (seen a couple of times), animated bare male buttocks and bikini clad men; also, we see two photos of real male penises and a picture of man standing behind a horse, supposedly having intercourse with it.

VIOLENCE/GORE 6 - All scenes are animated: A heart explodes and we see some blood on an open chest and ribcage; we also see lots of blood in an emergency room where organs are pulled out of a character. War scenes with machine gun fire, explosions, stabbing and attacking with chainsaws; we see puddles of blood, body parts flying and bloody corpses. A few characters are shot with blood on their heads and bodies; a character dies with a bloody face and mouth and we see blood on torture victims' heads and bodies. Two people are shocked in electric chairs and another is shocked every time he curses. A character is scorched and impaled (with intestines showing), teeth are pulled out of someone's mouth (some blood is visible), a character is tied over a fiery pit with chains and a person throws himself out of a window and hits a car (we see some blood). A baby is kicked through window, a boy is hit over the head with a chair, a person is broken in half over someone's knee and a face is slapped. Hell is depicted in a few scenes with fiery demons and skeletons. Two kids light their flatulence and burn themselves (one dies), the force of someone's flatulence knocks a person into a drum set, animals urinate on snow and there are several scenes of vomiting and passing gas.

PROFANITY 10 - More than 100+ F-words, many scatological and anatomical references, many mild obscenities and many racial slurs. [profanity glossary]

DISCUSSION TOPICS - Censorship, war, intolerance, profanity.

MESSAGE - Intolerance and censorship are evil.

Special Keywords: S7 - V6 - P10 - MPAAR

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