Frequent cursing: "h-ll" "d-mmit," "G-- d-mn," "p---ed off," "J----," "fart," "red-a--," "son-of-a-b----," "bulls--t," "b-st-rd," "dips--t," "holy s--t," "a--hole." CSM are exactly right, however, the word "cr*p" is also used, and "s--t" (a comic moment where a scientist exclaims "Holy sh-t!" and the robot says "No sh-t. Where see sh-t?"
There's some sexual innuendo (Ally Sheedy caught in bathroom by robot) and he exclaims "change colour? Nice software." And, of course, Three Stooges mayhem.
Common Sense Media seriously underestimate the violence. There is some shoving down to the floor, hitting with a baseball bat, and some fist-fighting. Yes, the robot's shot at, and an electric accident also blows two people back.
The East-Indian Scientist calls females "chicks" and at one point ends up saying "Let's pick up some chicks!" His accent is also relied on for humour. Highlights include sweet moments between robot and girl.
Ally Sheedy wasn't too bad; now Tim Blaney, there's another performance that rivals his one as Frank the Pug in Men in Black II. Violence also includes a table thrown onto a man and a man thrown through a window by a robot. A few fistfights.
The story at heart is good: robot meets girl, this time, and it's only after he "short-circuits" and creates that electric accident I was talking about. Very simplistic, though, with cliché role models. Overall, it's quite good. Some drinking, no to minimal nudity, and some sexual innuendo, not even that, makes this a winner. Also, No. 5.'s quite sweet. See "Flight of the Navigator" review. That's also quite good.
Thankyou for reading.