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18Movie Content recommends Nymphomaniac Volume 1 is suitable for viewers aged 18 and over

(Contains strong real sex and nudity)

 

Language: Some, very strong

Violence: None

Sex/nudity: Some, strong, real

Other: Strong nudity

 

Detailed Content:

Nymphomaniac Volume 1  has been rated 18 for strong real sex.

This film contains occasional scenes of strong real sex.  Many of these scenes are not simulated and include sight of a woman performing oral sex on man (we see her place the man’s penis in her mouth) and sight of a penis entering a woman’s vagina.  There are also many other scenes of strong sex which are less graphic in nature and occasional strong sex references.

The film also contains some strong nudity, including one detailed, close up shot of a woman’s vangina and occasional full frontal nudity.

Finally, the film also contains a few uses of very strong language (“cunt”) and occasional use of strong language (“fuck”)

Overall, Nymphomaniac Volume 1 was deemed suitable only for viewers aged 18 and over due to strong, unsimulated sex scenes and detailed and graphic scenes of nudity.  Whilst the film does contain scenes of real sex, it should be noted that these are not intended to arouse (as would a pornographic film) and are generally inkeeping with the themes of the film.  The film also contains some use very strong language, although this should pose no issues for adult viewers.


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12Movie Content recommends X-Men: First Class is suitable for viewers aged 12 and over

(Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language)

 

Language: Once strong

Violence: Some, moderate

Sex/nudity: Infrequent, mild

Other: None

 

Detailed Content:

X-Men: First Class  has been rated 12 for moderate violence and one use of strong language.

This film contains occasional scenes of moderate violence.  Many of these scenes are portrayed within a fantasy context and, whilst most are brief and undetailed, there are a few stronger moments of violence.  During one of these, a man is stabbed in the hand with a knife (this happens off screen, with no detail).  The knife is then removed and thrown at another individual, hitting him in the stomach (again, there is no real detail).  In another scene, we see a coin float toward a man’s head, enter his forhead and then pass through his skull.  Whilst violent, there is very little emphasis on detail and no real gore, aside from blood smearing the coin as it exits the man’s skull.  During other scenes, we also see mutants attack and kill humans, including a scene in which people are lifted a considerable hight into the air and then dropped, falling to their deaths.  Due to a few of these strong scenes, these moments of violence were thought best viewed only by those aged 12 and over.

The film also contains one use of strong language (“fuck”) and a few uses of milder language.

Finally, there are also a few scenes of mild nudity, in which women are seen to be entertaining men, whilst wearing just their underwear.

Overall, X-Men: First Class was deemed suitable for viewers aged 12 and over.  However, due to moderate violence and one use of strong language, we do not recommend this film for viewers under the age of 12.


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12Movie Content recommends Anchorman 2 is suitable for viewers aged 12 and over

(Contains strong language, moderate sex references and drug use)

 

Language: Infrequent, strong

Violence: Once, mild, comic

Sex/nudity: Frequent, moderate, references

Other: Some drug use

 

Detailed Content:

(The content below related to the ‘extended’ or ‘unrated’ version of Anchorman, rated ‘R’ in the US and ’15′ in the UK.  This version is available on DVD, blu-ray and on demand)

Anchorman 2 has been rated 12 for strong language, moderate sex references and drug use.

This film contains a five uses of strong language (“fuck”), all of which are comic in nature.  There is also frequent use of milder language, such as ‘piss’, ‘wanker’, ‘bitch’ and ‘dick’.

The film also contains frequent moderate sex references.  These include a detailed discussion of the quality of various condoms and a crude reference to perfoming oral sex on a woman.  As these references are generally undetailed and always comic in nature, they ought to pose no real issues for younger teenage viewers.

The film also contains one scene of drug use, in which news presenters smoke crack cocaine, and a few further references to the use of crack.  These scenes are all comic in nature and do not endore hard drug use.  In addition, there is also one scene of mild comic violence, in which news presenters battle with various weapons.  At one point we see an eyeball on the end of a hockey stick.  This scene is very comic in nature and poses no issues for this age group.

Overall, Anchorman 2 was deemed suitable for viewers aged 12 and over.  However, due to infrequent use of strong language, moderate sex references and drug use, we do not recommend this film for viewers under the age of 12.


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12Movie Content recommends Anchorman is suitable for viewers aged 12 and over

(Contains strong language and moderate sex references)

 

Language: Infrequent, strong

Violence: Infrequent, mild, comic

Sex/nudity: Frequent, moderate, references

Other: None

 

Detailed Content:

(the content below related to the ‘extended’ or ‘unrated’ version of Anchorman, commonly available on DVD, blu-ray and on demand)

Anchorman has been rated 12 for strong language and moderate sex references.

This film contains a few uses of strong language (“fuck”), all of which come during two scenes.  As it is infrequent and used within a comic context, this ought to pose no issues for younger teenage viewers.

The film also contains frequent moderate sex references.  These include sight of a buldge in a man’s pants (clearly indicating an erection) and various other undetailed verbal sex references.  All references are comic in nature and should therefore pose no issues for younger teenage viewers.

Finally, the film also contains a few scenes of mild comic violence, including a scene in which a man’s arm is severed during a battle (this is undetailed and comic in nature).

Overall, Anchorman was deemed suitable for viewers aged 12 and over.  However, due to infrequent use of strong language and moderate sex references, we do not recommend this film for viewers under the age of 12.


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15Movie Content suggests True Detective, episode 2 is suitable for viewers aged 15 and over 

(Contains strong language and nudity)

 

Language: Some, strong

Violence: Once, moderate

Sex/nudity: Infrequent, moderate

Other: None

 

Detailed Content:

True Detective, episode 2 has been rated 15 for strong language and nudity.

This episode contains occasional  use of strong language (e.g. “fuck”).

The episode also contains a few one scene of partial nudity, in which a woman is seen naked for an extended period of time (only breasts and buttocks visible).  As this nudity is within a sexual context, it was thought to be unsuitable for most younger viewers.

This episode also contains one scene of moderate sex (a woman sits naked on top of a man, having tied his hands above his head, and eventually moves out of shot, suggesting oral sex).  In addition, there a few moderate sex references (none of which are particularly detailed) and references to prostitution.  This content should pose no issues for this age group.

Overall, True Detective, episode 2 should pose no issues for older teenage viewers but, due to some use of strong language and one scene of nudity, we do not recommend this episode for viewers under the age of 15.


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15Movie Content suggests True Detective, episode 1 is suitable for viewers aged 15 and over 

(Contains strong language and disturbing images)

 

Language: Some, strong

Violence: Infrequent, disturbing images

Sex/nudity: None

Other: Some drug references and nudity

 

Detailed Content:

True Detective, episode 1 hs been rated 15 for strong language and disturbing images.

This episode contains occasional  use of strong language (e.g. “fuck”).

This episode also contains a few disturbing images, in which we see a woman’s naked body bound to a tree with deer antlers attatched to her head.  In another scene, we see a picture of a naked body strung up between two trees.  Neither scene contains any graphic detail, but both were considered too disturbing for younger viewers.

These two scenes, and one in which detectives examine a woman’s body in a morgue, feature some nudity.  There are brief shots of a deceased woman’s breasts and one image of full frontal nudity (although this is seen in a picture which has been taken from a distance).  As this nudity is brief and undetailed, it should pose no issues for this age group.

Finally, the episode also contains some drug references, including a scene in which a detective tries to purchase ‘quaaludes’ (sedatives).  None of these references are detailed.

Overall, True Detective, episode 1 should pose no issues for older teenage viewers but, due to some use of strong language and disturbing images, we do not recommend this episode for viewers under the age of 15.


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15Movie Content suggests House of Cards, season 2, episodes 7-10 are suitable for viewers aged 15 and over 

(Contains strong language and moderate sex)

 

Language: Some, strong

Violence: Once, moderate

Sex/nudity: Once, moderate

Other: None

 

Detailed Content:

House of Cards, Season 2, episodes 11-13 have been rated 15 for strong language and moderate sex.

These episodes contains occasional use of strong language (e.g. “fuck”).

During episodes 11-13 there is also one scene of  moderate sex.  In the scene, two women make love and it is implied that one woman is pleasuring the other with her hand, both thrusting back and forth.  This scene is fairly brief and contains little nudity or detail.

These episodes also contain one scene of moderate violence, in which a man is hit across the head several times with a rock.  We later see his dead body with some wounds to his face (there is little in the way of injury detail).

Overall, Season 2, episodes 11-13 of House of Cards should pose no issues for older teenage viewers but, due to occasional use of strong language and one sex scene, we do not recommend these episodes for viewers under the age of 15.




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