Raising Arizona

1987 94 Mins Audio: English CC English, Russian, Maturity Rating 13+
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Watch or Download Raising Arizona 1987. Director Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Cast Nicolas Cage, Holly Hunter, Trey Wilson,

The Coen Brothers tell the story of an absurd yet likable family with an unproductive couple as the focal point. The couple has gotten themselves into some trouble while kidnapping a baby and give Hollywood one of the most memorable chase scenes to date. Movie Raising Arizona with English,Russian subtitles.

Comedy, Crime,

baby, supermarket, arizona, pregnancy, satire, robbery,

Raising Arizona Parent guide

BBFC Reason
Contains one use of strong language and moderate violence

BBFC Ratings info
Raising Arizona is a US comedy about a couple who steal a baby. Language: There is infrequent strong language ('f**k'). Violence: There is moderate violence including a fight scene featuring heavy punches and knife play.

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
Three scenes involve showing the covers of Playboy and Juggs magazines. A man says he feels trapped in a woman's body and goes on to briefly describe his experience. However, this is done for comic effect. A man asks another man if he wants to wife swap. Dialogue about infertility, wife swapping, menstruating, and other similar topics. A woman is jumping on a man with passion when he enters home. Both are fully dressed.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
One man punches another man, knocking him down. He gets up and runs into a tree. No gore and meant to be somewhat humorous. During an extended chase, a man is shot at many times by police officers and two store clerks. He is not injured. A man beats another man, punching him several times, squeezing him very hard, and throwing him down. Mild blood is shown. Several armed robbery scenes are shown throughout the film. A man in a motorcycle almost runs over several people. Two men fight inside of a house, grabbing each other and breaking several things in the house. No blood or gore. A man blows up an innocent rabbit with a grenade. He then later shoots a lizard and sets a yellow flower on fire. A man is blown up by grenades - this is implied but a smoking boot is seen falling to the ground.

Profanity Reason
'D*ck' is said once. 'F*ck' is said once. 'Sh*t' is said 12 times, mostly by one character. '*ss' is said three times. 'B*tch' is said seven times, all paired with 'son of a'. 'Damn' is said eight times, including one paired with 'God'. 'Hell' is said ten times. A woman tells her husband not to cuss in front of a baby, but they both continue to do so.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A few prisoners in jail smoke cigarettes. One man offers another a can of beer, and they both drink from their cans. A woman smokes a cigarette. Two men drinks many cans of beer. The antagonist smokes cigars continuously.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
An extended car chase, and a few short ones. Two men are escaping from jail. They are seen emerging from a mud during a stormy night, screaming. A bank robber orders bank customers to lie down on the ground, while he and his partner hold shotguns. A baby is left behind when the adults leave and they are frantic when returning to find it, twice. A man riding a motorcycle is chasing a woman who holds a baby in her hands.

Circle Films,

United States of America,

English, Russian,




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