Definitely more mature than the Holy Grail, but still funny!
This movie, like the Holy Grail and Life of Brian (which, at the date of May 6, 2021, I have not seen), was made by the classic comedy group Monty Python (who also made the TV series Flying Circus), so you know it's going to be hilarious! However, its content is definitely more R-rated than most Python films/shows.
Violence 7/10: Very comedic and exaggerated, like other Python films and sketches. For example, a war is shown with comedic deaths and blood, an extremely obese man that vomits all the time explodes in a restaurant, a baby being forcefully being pulled out of a woman's stomach, God striking down an army general with lightning, a live liver transplant (lots of blood), and more.
Sex 10/10: Tons of sexual content throughout the film. Various kinds of nudity throughout the film; animated (in the opening animated sequence, there is a figure with huge breasts with erect nipples), topless, and more. A teacher and his wife have sex in front of a group of students in a sex ed class, in that same scene sex is discussed with lots of explicit references. Birth is discussed and shown (comedically and exaggerated), a whole song about how "every sperm is sacred" (it's making fun of Catholics), a reference to "having your balls cut off", a verbal joke that involves "gratuitous pictures of penises" (the pictures aren't actually shown), a brief song about penises with lots of penis-related descriptions and profanities (meant to be comedic, not too graphic), references to condoms, semen, and more.
Language 7/10: Not frequent, but there are uses of "f--k", "s--t", "hell", "damn", "balls", "piss", "vagina", and "bastard". In addition, there are lots of penis-related profanities in a brief song about penises, including "c--k", "pr--k", "d--k", "willy", "dong", "tadger", "John Thomas", "Percy", "stiffy", (of course) "penis", and more. A couple uses of those profanities out of the song, too.
Drug use 3/10: Mild, with a little alcohol drinking and cigarette smoking.
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