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MPAA Rated R for violence and language

Sex & Nudity

  • Two women are seen kissing passionately in the background during a conversation involving one of the hitman's targets in his penthouse, it is implied they do this in part for the target's pleasure. However, this is treated with discretion as for most of the scene, the act depicted is blurred in the shot itself, and when it does focus on them, they stop.
  • At a nightclub, many women dance suggestively, twirling their hips as the respective shots linger on them before shifting focus to the main characters. In this scene, there are tight split-second shots shown as part of a montage on large panels with women suggestively fondling each other.

Violence & Gore

  • A man shoots two other men; one lies on the ground, wounded, and the attacker shoots him in the face, killing him.
  • A man shoots another man several times in the head, neck and torso (Bloody bullet wounds are shown, and blood squirts).
  • Several corpses are seen in a morgue with gory wounds.
  • A corpse falls from a window onto the hood of a taxi cab (We see blood spray on the windshield). The body remains there, bleeding, until two men remove it and put it in the trunk of the cab. The blood is then doused off by water.
  • A man draws a gun and shoots a man twice in the head at point-blank range (Blood squirts).
  • A man crashes his car purposefully, wounding him and his passenger, who escapes. A police officer tries to arrest the driver but he attacks the officer, handcuffing him and holding him at gunpoint before running off.
  • There's a large shootout/fight in a club, in which Vincent and Max make their way through the patrons so that Vincent can find his target. He systematically takes out his target's security, brutally breaking one's neck after kicking him, and slicing another with his knife. Cops arrive and they and Vincent, along with other bodyguards exchange fire, but Vincent manages to kill his target and escape.


  • 22 uses of 'f**k', 34 uses of 'shit', 16 uses of 'ass' (3 used as 'asshole'), 9 uses of 'damn' (6 paired with "God"), 3 uses of 'hell', 3 uses of 'bitch', 1 use of "Jesus Christ", 1 use of 'prick', 1 use of 'crap', and 1 use of 'piss'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Alcohol is shown and used at a nightclub. Some characters are involved in a narcotics ring, and narcotics are mentioned on occasion, but never shown or explicitly discussed.
  • An ad for Bacardi Silver rum is seen on top of the taxi throughout the film.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The film's violence in infrequent compared to other R rated films but it is still a bloody and violent film. The atmosphere is intense and keeps you on edge.
  • The main character is held hostage throughout the course of the movie, and is forced to participate in illicit activities by his captor, who is a contract killer. The threat of violence and death is present throughout the film.
  • Throughout the movie, the main character is held hostage by an assassin, and is forced to drive him to each of his "hits".


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Violence & Gore

  • Vincent holds a woman at gunpoint in a room, but Max comes in with a gun and shoots him in the ear. Blood sprays and Vincent falls over, but he recovers and chases them, shooting his gun and shattering several windows.
  • A man exchanges fire with another man; the latter is shot multiple times in the torso (We see a little bit of blood). He manages to stand upright, and sits down, has a brief conversation with his killer, before dying. It is heavily implied that a man kills another man. A man remarks that a taxi driver reportedly went on a shooting rampage before killing himself, and states that he believes that someone else was with him.

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