One of the biggest criticism of Reynolds` career came when he starred in the claustrophobic thriller “Buried” and spent the entire film underground as a hostage buried alive. The film is set at Sundance and earned Reynolds a Goya Award nomination. But it`s hard to buy what Five sells, given the indistinct of his teammates. Three (Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, “Widows”), a stupid but effective hitman, seems to want to impress his mother with dementia, but this plot point is not addressed later beyond a barely related joke. And teammates Two (Mélanie Laurent), a French killer and former CIA agent, and Six (Ben Hardy, “Bohemian Rhapsody”), a British parkour expert, don`t add much, other than a few European accents and a few warmer bodies bay can throw away. An enigmatic leader unites the gang. The latter has only one goal: all will fall into oblivion, but their actions will survive them. Parents should know that 6 Underground is an adventure movie that features six characters who have disconnected (probably dead) as they unite and confront an evil dictator from a Middle Eastern country. It`s the story, but it`s not the subject of the film. It`s all about action, a “stunt role” from start to finish, including a very long chase that almost destroys the center of a downtown city, including its pedestrians, buildings, and all of its infrastructure.

And that`s before we know who someone is. Viewers can expect countless deaths of innocent participants and passers-by. The characters are shot down (with machine guns and conventional weapons), crushed, thrown to the ground, killed in vehicle accidents. Blood is everywhere – it splashes, it flows, it emerges from the head, mouth and wounds; A dripping eyeball is at the center of a long sequence. The language is coarse, with “f–k”, “s–t”, “p—y”, “pr–k” and a reference to masturbation. Sexual activity occurs in several scenes (one sequence between caring strangers, others are fast and rough). There is some social consumption (wine, beer, rum); no drunkenness. Not for children or the grumpy.

In a dimly lit room, a man and a woman undress and lie on a bed, and a close-up shows their two faces grimacing while the man behind the woman seems to bump into each other, and the scene cuts off in the morning where the woman is shown with a tight bra and thong revealing the cleavage. Abdomen and bare legs up to the hips (the man is fully dressed). We see the head and back of a man wearing underwear as he leans over a woman leaning forward above the end of a bed (we briefly see her bare shoulders and back and a bra); The man gasps and pushes and the scene ends abruptly. In a very dimly lit room, a man and a woman undress, kiss and lie on a bed (sex is implicit); We see the couple in bed under the blanket in the morning and as the woman moves, we see that she is wearing a sleeveless nightgown (no neckline is visible), and the scene ends. ► One man says another man had some kind of masturbation accident that led to death. One man is close to another man who says, “I can feel the tip… and the first man leaves. A man wears a shirt with a white arrow pointing to his crotch with the words “The Legend.” ► Two museum statues of naked men contain genitals. A woman wears a long low-cut dress with a V-neck, which reveals a distinct neckline. A woman wears a sticky dress under her knee. Several women on a yacht wear short skirts that strip their legs up to their thighs. Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Ben Hardy, Corey Hawkins, Mélanie Laurent, Adria Arjona, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Lior Raz, Payman Maadi, Dave Franco Why is Film 6 Underground rated R? Sexual references, several sex scenes throughout the range, ranging from light to very moderate.

Strong violence, some scenes in which men`s teeth are torn from their mouths In frightening scenes, a man`s head is exploded by a stun grenade. Alcohol content, alcohol consumption is shown casually in the language of bars everywhere, words used, “He*l”, “Sh*t”, “Dam”, “Fu*k”. 6 Underground Parents Guide Why is the movie 6 Underground rated R? Sexual references, several sex scenes throughout the range, ranging from light to very moderate. Strong violence, some scenes in which men`s teeth are torn from their mouths In frightening scenes, a man`s head is exploded by a stun grenade. Alcohol content, alcohol consumption is shown casually in the language of bars everywhere, words used, “He*l”, “Sh*t”, “Dam”, “Fu*k”.

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