Another deeply conservative creed disguised as a raunchy comedy. As usual, the jokes break down into a) not funny, b) guilty pleasure, and c) inspired.
Unaminous agreement among the English Canadian boards that this a crude film with an 18A classification, the same as in the United States. The rest of the world is a little less concerned, but perhaps that’s because the international title is “Bad Neighbours” instead of the friendlier “Neighbors” used in North America. Quebec stands out for a low rating and absence of warnings.
|Maritimes||Crude Content, Sexual Content, Substance Abuse|
|Ontario||Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Substance Abuse|
|Manitoba||Crude Content, Coarse Language, Substance/Alcohol Abuse|
|Alberta||Substance Abuse, Crude Sexual Content|
|British Columbia||Frequent coarse & sexual language, sexually suggestive scenes|
|MPAA (U.S.A.)||R||…pervasive language, strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use throughout.|
|BBFC||15 (no admission under 15)||…very strong language, drug use, strong sex, crude sex references, nudity.|
|Australia||MA 15+ (under 15 requires parent or gaurdian over 18)||Mature themes and violence|
|Hong Kong||IIB (not suitable for young persons and children)||Contains sexuality,nudity,drug taking scenes,sexual references,strong language and mild violence.|
|Ireland||16 (no admission under 16)||Frequent drugs use. Strong sex scenes and references. Very frequent strong language.|
|South Africa||16 (not suitable for under 16)||D L S (Drug Use, Strong Language, Sex)|
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