A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
Stan is a sleazy real estate kingpin who is sent to prison and fears being raped in prison. Every excuse for crude humor and lewd language has been exercised liberally here. Women are used for sex, men are violent and vile, and a small child is encouraged to smoke cigarettes.
Violence & Scariness
Stan is terrified of being raped in prison and talks extensively about being penetrated anally. He trains with a martial arts master to become immune to rape and proceeds to beat up dozens of guys in prison. Broken fingers, teeth being knocked out, men sticking razors up others anuses...pretty intense stuff for a "comedy."
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
The very first scene shows Stan trying to convince an elderly lady that she should buy a condo in a "black" neighborhood because "Black men cannot get enough of white women," and he proceeds to explicitly speak of being "awash in a sea of negro c-ck." Imagine what follows when he explores the theme of rape with his wife and produces a dildo that is shown numerous times throughout the film. Homosexual sex is parodied, rape is mentioned over and over. Stan asks a woman what color her nipples are and how big they are.
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If you can imagine an offensive word, it's in this movie. "F--k," "motherf--k", "c-ck,"" p-ssy," "c-cks-cker" and so on. Did we mention rape?
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Products & Purchases
Stan drives a Lamborghini, and talks about his Bang and Olufsen stereo. He has everything that money can buy, including a wife whose boob job he paid for.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Cigarettes are The Master's main form of nourishment. He is never seen without a cigarette, and even encourages a small child to smoke. Stan gets drunk and he drives with the glass of Scotch teetering on his dashboard. Adults drink whiskey, hard alcohol, and beer and talk about pot and crystal meth.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that it does not get more offensive than this -- and for a comedy, it's not terribly funny. Stan's fear of being raped in prison drives the plot in this movie. Even hardened adults will squirm at some of the subject matter. Get out of jail free-- bypass this crude movie. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
It's a "comedy" about being molested in jail -- that about sums up the quality of this movie. Really, it seems like an excuse for Rob Schneider to show some Bruce Lee moves as he does things like vanquish an enemy in the prison shower with nunchucks made of soap and a shoelace. That poor defeated lump (albeit a Nazi gang leader) is then raped with a razor blade, destined to wear diapers for the rest of his life. David Carradine parodies his role in the television classic Kung Fu by playing a grizzled, hardened chain-smoking criminal who trains Stan to be unbeatable. But martial arts lovers will be better off watching something more ...humane.
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