The Outlaws (2017)
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Sex & Nudity
- In a private karaoke room two men molest two women when they are interrupted by the host.
- A married woman is implied to have sex with a gangster. Later her husband beats her for that and she takes a knife to defend herself.
- A man grabs another man by the crotch and crushes it as punishment.
- Some vague references to sex trafficking
Violence & Gore
- There are several scenes of violence depicted in the film. The stronger depictions include a scene where a man's palm is stabbed with a knife; scene where a man is tortured with his head submerged in the water; an implied scene with dismembered human body parts found and a few scenes where men are either slashed or stabbed on their bodies with an axe or a knife, depicted in fast motions but with impact due to the forceful manner.
- They beat a man's hand with a hammer. Also several characters get stabbed and killed.
- A man attacking people with an axe.
- The film also contains the infrequent use of expletives such as "cunt" and "cocks**ker".
- Frequent uses of usual R-rated language.
- Some name-calling and racial slurs.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A scene takes place in a club where many empty beer bottles are seen and an ashtray or two.
- A character says he won't drink on the job then drinks too much and passes out.
- One murder involves a group of men getting violent while drunk.
- Some drinking. Characters are shown drunk.
- Some smoking.