Neighbors (aka Bad Neighbours)

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.

Area Classification Advisories
Maritimes 18a Crude Content, Sexual Content, Substance Abuse
Quebec c13 Langage vulgaire
Ontario 18a Coarse Language, Sexual Content, Substance Abuse
Manitoba 18a Crude Content, Coarse Language, Substance/Alcohol Abuse
Alberta 18a Substance Abuse, Crude Sexual Content
British Columbia 18a 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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