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'Hot Pursuit': 3 points for parents
Sofia Vergara as Daniella Riva and Reese Witherspoon as Cooper in the comedy "Hot Pursuit." - photo by Shawn O'Neill
Information for parents about the film "Hot Pursuit":

Violence/gore: Drug cartel members shoot two men, killing them. A man is hit with a Taser and catches fire when he drops alcohol on himself. A few fistfights take place. People are shooting while driving down the highway. Cars crash and a truck hits a car. A man shoots his finger off. People think a dog eats the finger. People get shot and one dies at a party.

Sexuality: Low-cut dresses and other clothing. A woman undresses in a store. She unzips her dress and shows her bra. Descriptions of sexual activities by an inexperienced person. A woman describes menstruation in order to get away from men. Two women pretend to be lovers in front of a man.

Language/drugs: Some uses of profanity and sexual innuendo. When a car is hit, white powder shoots out of it. A woman becomes restless after breathing the powder.
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