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Five Nights in Robot Hell 3: Phantom Ninjas (2015)

Parents Guide

Certification

MPAA - Rated R for strong language throughout, and for sequences of terror and some strong violence

Certification - Argentina:16 | Australia:MA15+ | Austria:12 | Belgium:CAT.2 | Brazil:14 | Bulgaria:D | Canada:18A (outside Québec) | Canada:16+ (inside Québec) | Chile:14 | Colombia:15 | Denmark:11 | Estonia:K-12 | Finland:16 | France:16 | Germany:16 | Greece:17 | Hong Kong:IIB | Hungary:16 | Iceland:12 | India:UA | Indonesia:17+ | Ireland:15A (theatrical release) | Ireland:15 (home release) | Italy:VM14 | Jamica:T-16 | Japan:R15+ | Kazakhstan:E16 | Latvia:16+ | Malaysia:P13 | Maldives:15+ | Malta:12 | Mexico:B15 | Netherlands:12 | New Zealand:RP13 | Nigeria:15 | Norway:15 | Philippines:R-16 | Portugal:M/14 | Romania:N-15 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:NC16 | South Africa:16 (L) | South Korea:15 | Spain:16 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:14 | Taiwan:15+ | Thailand:15 | Turkey:15A | United Arab Emirates:15+ | United Kingdom:15 | United States:R | United States:TV-14 (L, TV rating) | Venezuela:C (San Cristóbal and Baruta municipalities) | Venezuela:B (Maracaibo municipality) | Vietnam:C16

Sex & Nudity

0/10

None.

Violence & Gore

4/10

TBA

Profanity

7/10

13 uses of f**k, 13 uses of s**t, 13 uses of c**k, 13 uses of c**ksucker, 13 uses of c**t, 13 uses of t**t, 13 uses of ass, 13 uses of asshole, 13 uses of Jesus, 13 uses of Christ, 10 uses of goddamn, 7 uses of damn, 6 uses of hell, 7 uses of pussy, 2 uses of n****r, 7 uses of dick, 5 uses of bitch, 7 uses of whore, 4 uses of f****t, 7 uses of t*ts, 6 uses of t*tties, 7 uses of prick and 6 uses of sl*t.

211 swear words are used (103 bleeped on TV).

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

0/10

None.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

5/10

The screen flashes white whenever Leela, the Hookerbot, the Blatherbot or Calculon jumpscares Lexia, Leah, Alexa or Abworker. This can startle some viewers.

The protagonists pant heavily whenever they get jumpscared. Their heavy panting can scare and upset some viewers.

The jumpscares throughout the movie can be frightening to most viewers.

ACB - Rated MA15+ (strong themes and coarse language)

BBFC - Rated 15 (strong threat and language)

Info-communications Media Development Authority - Rated NC16 (Coarse Language)

Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration - Rated IIB (strong shocking elements, occasional violence and coarse language)

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