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2000 102 Mins Audio: English CC English, Русский, MPA: R BBFC: 18 Maturity Rating 18+
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American Psycho (2000) online with English, Русский, subtitles. Buy for Download American Psycho is a 2000 movie. Director Mary Harron, Cast Christian Bale, Willem Dafoe, Jared Leto,


A wealthy New York investment banking executive hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, gratuitous fantasies. Currently you are able to watch or buy for download "American Psycho" streaming on we platform.

Thriller, Drama, Crime,

Crime, Slasher,

based on novel or book, business man, wall street, psychopath, satire, dark comedy, serial killer, big city, psychological thriller, cult film, character study, white collar, harvard business school, child of divorce, voice imitation, unreliable narrator, woman director, 1980s, toxic masculinity, american businessman,

American Psycho Parent guide
MPAA Reason
Rated R for strong violence, sexuality, drug use and language.

BBFC Reason
strong violence, sex

BBFC Ratings info
AMERICAN PSYCHO is a blackly comic psychological thriller in which a high-flying businessman secretly indulges in acts of sadistic violence. Sex: Scenes include a sequence in which the protagonist directs two women to perform sexual acts, including anilingus. There is also sight of nudity, implied fellatio, and a male character thrusting into different women. Violence: There are occasional scenes of strong bloody violence, including a sequence implying that a man is being hacked to death with an axe, a chainsaw being dropped on a woman, and a severed head being discovered inside a fridge. Scenes of drugs misuse include characters snorting cocaine. There is occasional use of strong language ('f**k').

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
There is a short sex scene. There is naked women seen very briefly on a TV in the background. A man is seen in a tanning bed, his bare chest being visible briefly. Nothing else is shown. Patrick's butt is briefly seen when he showers. A notebook contains drawings of nude women. This is shown at the very end. Buttocks are shown. One brief sex scene - one is under the covers so no nudity. It also can be pretty easy to find the times of when this scene starts and when it finishes. Buttocks are seen very briefly, but stimulating male nudity is avoided. A man attempts to strangle another man in the bathroom. The victim mistakes the perpetrators voilence as a sexual advance, the perpetrator is upset/disturbed by this and leaves the bathroom. In the sex scene, a man and a woman have sex. Nudity is briefly seen, this lasts around a minute. Even though it's the most graphic it's still not too bad as you can barely see it. 44:24 - 45:30 The film is pretty mild by today's standards. The first scene starts as Patrick is undressing and walking into the camera. Starts at 44:24 and ends at 45:30. Another scene that's not sex but features some nudity starts when he says "it's an important message; crucial really. As beautifully stated on the album" Starts at 1:13:47 and there is no more nudity seen at 1:14:21. Both can be skipped The 'severe' rating is very outdated. In 2021, this would be more of a 'moderate' because of some nudity. The sex takes up less than 1% of the entire movie and is not graphic. PG-13 comedy movies feature more sex/sexual references than this. Sex is the thing that is least featured in this movie. It's barely in it at all. There is only ONE sex scene in the entire movie

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
We see a bunch of drawings including pictures of murders of women in a sketch book. Nothing too explicit. There is a decapitated head seen in a fridge. This is not graphic and darkly comedic. A homeless man gets stabbed in the stomach by an other man. Not graphic at all. Violent, but very little is on screen. You really only see aftermaths of violence. Acts of violence are usually obscured or offscreen. Mainly implied and not graphic. A man kills an escort. Some blood and the violence is offscreen. Some graphic violence is depicted in the film. But it's nowhere near as graphic, lengthy and detailed as the original book. A man is killed with an axe. He is kept off-camera as he is being struck. Very mild compared to most other horror films. A chainsaw is dropped on someone from a great height. The impact is offscreen and no sounds are heard. A few bodies of people are briefly shown in a closet, and a bloody corpse is partially seen in a bathroom for a second. One woman is briefly seen with a slightly bloodied face after an implied act of violence. A man is bloodlessly stabbed a few times around the upperbody. An animal is swiftly stepped on and killed but this is partially obscured by a trash pile. Not graphic. An old woman is shot in the chest and drops dead. A kitten is threatened with a gun. A policeman is briefly shot in the chest and a squad car blows up. A woman opens a book and is shocked to find preschool-level drawings of people being murdered. A watchman and a cleaner are killed quickly by a gunshot. No blood seen. A man is shot in the head and slumps back in his chair with blood spraying on the wall behind him. This is extremely brief

Profanity Reason
19 uses of "Fuck".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A man takes drugs with some of his friends. This is in the background and very brief. A lot of alcohol is consumed, and some people are shown under the influence of drugs. Not graphic Some characters smoke and drink.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
Patrick tries to kill many people. While viewers may find this disturbing, the film has a darkly comedic tone at the same time. While the movie is sometimes (rarely) graphic, it's definitely not as graphic as the novel. The film leaves out graphic scenes from the book like the rat scene and many others. This movie has a very comedic tone to it. Not as graphic as your normal horror movie. This movie is a comedy/psychological thriller. Sometimes the situation that characters are in would be found in somewhere like a horror movie. But the movie maintains the comedic aspect. The movie has a few scenes of violence that may shock some viewers. Many viewers believe that none of the violence depicted ever happened and it was all in the main character's imagination. Patrick kills a woman by eating some of her flesh. This is not seen but blood is sprayed on sheets.

Lions Gate Films, Lionsgate, Pressman Film, Muse Productions,

Canada, United States of America,

English, Русский,




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