Kid reviews for The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!

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age 13+

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Parents say

age 13+

Based on 9 reviews

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age 12+

Based on 23 reviews

age 14+

Hilarious but mature slapstick cop spoof has lots of sexual humor.

The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad! is a 1988 comedy movie directed by Robert K. Weiss and David and Jerry Zucker and starring Leslie Nielsen, Priscilla Presley, George Kennedy, and Ricardo Montalban. Language(2/5): "Damn" and "bastard" are used once, "hell" is used three times, and a middle finger gesture is used once. Sex(4/5): Lots of sexual humor. In the beginning, a cop car is seen going into civilian buildings, and one of them is the high school girl locker room, where their buttocks and cleavage are very briefly shown. Frank's wife is revealed to have had sex with an Olympic athlete, and she described it has "the best sex she ever had". Frank says "nice beaver" when Jane goes up a ladder and he can see up her skirt, implying he is seeing her vagina, but she then pulls down a dead beaver as a gag. Jane and Frank have sex, before that with very intense innuendo to vagina's, penis', and org**m's, and they say "I believe in safe sex", before undressing being seen from their neck up and getting in gigantic condoms. Frank ends up having to crawl outside of a building, and having to place his face in the breasts of a naked statue. He then accidentally touches a real woman's breasts, she then screams and calls the police. Frank accidentally gropes a statue's penis while nearly falling off the building, and he bends it so it looks erect with it breaking off. He then falls through the woman's window, and passes out. He is accused of "sexual assault with a concrete dildo". Frank attempts to save the queen from murder, and is accused of sexual assault by the press because of their leg position. Frank is seen dressing with an unconscious man, and a person walks in, assuming it to be gay sex. Frank has to pad down the players to guess who is going to murder the queen, and he is assumed to be a gay pervert, with jokes about the penis and crotch. Drinking, Drugs, And Smoking(2/5): A crime case about heroin is seen. Nordberg then tells them about the crime, and the others believe he wants to ingest heroin. Drinking and smoking throughout. Tobacco spitting. Violence(3/5): Over-the-top slapstick pratfalls, clumsiness, gun violence, car chases, and punching. A truck almost crashes into a teen driver, but they survive. The villain is tranquilized and he falls off a building, gets ran over by a car and a band, and is crushed by a steamroller, with comedically fake looking blood from his head seen from a distance. Positive Messages: Maybe a message about courage and caution, but that's about it. Positive Role Models And Representations: Frank is incompetent and often finds himself in awkward sexual and violent situations because of his incompetence. Quality(opinionated): Hilarious slapstick and a mixture of sexual humor done right. Unlike movies like "Dinner For Schmucks", it actually mixes in the sexual humor with other jokes instead of just that, and it doesn't actually try to take itself seriously, with funny slapstick, great wordplay, and a great performance from Leslie Nielsen. (My rating) PG-13 For crude sexual humor throughout including some nudity and a brief rude gesture.

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Too much sex
age 13+

One of the most hilarious films ever made

Classic cop movie has mild violence and sex

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age 13+

Classic and hilarious '80s cop spoof

This is a classic '80s cop spoof but it has some very strong, and iffy material. Violence 5/10 - Comedic violence but there is still gun-shooting, explosions, and more. Some men fall off buildings mostly (played for laughs). Other get hit by trucks (also played for laughs). The violence is mostly comedic in this film but there is some pretty violent bits, Sex 6/10 - Lots of sexual references. Naked women are seen in a locker room there are butts and breasts are seen briefly. A woman and a man agree to have safe sex. We see them rolling around on a bed rubbing against each other with full body condoms. A man goes out of a seven story high building. Naked statues are seen all around him. He hangs on by grabbing a statues penis. Then he grabs a woman's breast and accidentally grabs the penis off. In the next scene the mayor of the town says he will be fired for, arson, and sexual assault with a concrete d*ldo. Language/Swearing 4/10 - One use of b*stard, one use of d*mn, one use of d*ldo, and one use of h*ll. This is a great film but a recommend it for your teens. My MPAA rating is PG-13 for comedic violence, brief nudity, sexual references, and mild language.

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age 12+

Good movie based off Good TV Show

The film is great and hilarious, while it does have some innuendo it isn't that much. Kids and Adults can laugh at the slapstick humor Leslie Nielsen brings to the screen
age 13+

Lots of over-the-top comedy in this classic cop-spoof

What makes The Naked Gun so funny is that it's dumb. I am not saying that as an insult to the film, it is actually a compliment because, in this case, the dumb humor works for The Naked Gun because it makes it funnier and more effective in providing humor to the audience. The humor is certainly nonsensical, but at the same time, it adds to the effective humor of the film--which makes The Naked Gun a hilarious yet dumb-humor film. The performances add to the humor of the film, with Leslie Nielsen creating the hilarious moments of The Naked Gun by using performance as a tool to do so. The over-the-top reactions by the actors make the film funnier than it would if the reactions were made more serious. When characters get hurt or get caught into terrible accidents, their acting makes it feel more funny because the performances are just plain over-the-top. And yet, this gives The Naked Gun an advantage. However, there is some bawdy humor in the film. Here is a brief content description of the film: Positive messages: N/A. Not much positive messages amidst the over-the-top humor in the film. Positive role models: N/A. Violence: 6/10. The violence is meant to be exaggerated--and it certainly is. Various incidents of slapstick include characters being shot repeatedly, and a couple fistfights resulting in injuries. Characters are hit in fistfights/scuffles in the film, and a couple accidents occur in the film. Sex: 6/10. Some sexual humor and innuendo occurs in the film, all meant to be comical but still iffy for kids. One scene involves implied sex with use of full-body condoms (referred to as "safe sex"); this scene isn't appropriate for young kids, while no sex is shown in the scene. Profanity: 3/10. A couple mild swear words are used in the film, which include "H***", but other than that, there isn't much to worry about in the language department. Drinking/Drugs/Smoking: 4/10. A couple instances of cigarette smoking, but not to excess in the film. Drinking is infrequent in the film, but nothing that bad in the film. Overall, The Naked Gun is a great pick for those interested in over-the-top comedy which still entertains today. The dumb yet very funny comedy still works, even though it is nonsensical in the film. However, this comedy adds to the humor of the film because it is so dumb that it actually evokes laughter from the audience. The performances also add to the hilarious aspect of the film, with over-the-top reactions and performances dominating the film and adding to the effective humor of the film. The Naked Gun is certainly a good comedy for teens and up. I give The Naked Gun 4 out of 5 stars, and recommend it to mature teens 13 and up.

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age 10+

Funny movie

This was a great, funny movie. Some sex jokes, but overall not so inappropriate.
age 15+

Naked gun

A very funny movie with a lot of sexual references. There are also comical violence in the movie.

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age 15+

Hm.

There are a lot of sexual comments and inappropriate referrals. This include a woman’s “beaver,” pap-smears, condoms, phallus remarks, and a lot more. It may go over most kids heads but from experience, by the end the movie, my kids were asking me about pap-smears and “rubber suits.” There is also brief nudity.

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age 9+

Number #1

This is a great movie. It does include some raunchy bits but it isn’t that bad. It has one bad hand gesture. It does have some violence but nobody actually gets seen killed. It is really funny and I recommend it!
age 14+

Funny as hecc but innapropriate for younger kids

The movie is actually very funny, to you parents worried. The whole terrorist thing at the beginning is a bit offsetting at first, but the move lightens up when frank shows up and gives them a good beating. The move after that is filled to nearly the brim with suggestive references and jokes, but your innocent 10 year old won’t get the jokes and enjoy the great comedy presented before them. Some of these jokes include: the protagonist staring up a ladder where a woman’s underskirt is clearly visible and saying “nice beaver;” a stuffed beaver is subsequently handed down to him. Drebin and Jane have sex offscreen in full body condoms; a later remark by drebin during a fight is that he “faked the orgasm.” Foreplay includes Jane sucking on one of drebins fingers and him saying “I’ve got nine more of them.” There’s the scene with the naked statues, a stone “dildo” being broken off, and drebin stumbling into a room where a half dressed woman starts screaming. Jane drops her skirt, but her chest is below screen. Please don’t be offput by the earlier passage; the movie isn’t all sex jokes and is actually funny, so please give it a try. (Preferably with your 13 year old or higher aged child.)

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