Lava: Master of Fire (2015)
MPAA - Rated R for strong violence and drug and alcohol use throughout including smoking, and for brief sexuality/nudity and language
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:RP16 | Nigeria:15 | Norway:15 | Philippines:R-16 | Portugal:M/14 | Romania:N-15 | Russia:16+ | Singapore:R21 | South Africa:16 (D, L, V) | South Korea:15 | Spain:16 | Sweden:11 | Switzerland:16 | Taiwan:15+ | Thailand:15 | Turkey:15A | United Arab Emirates:15+ | United Kingdom:15 | United States:R | United States:TV-14 (DLV, TV rating) | Venezuela:C (San Cristóbal and Baruta municipalities) | Venezuela:B (Maracaibo municipality) | Vietnam:C16
Sex & Nudity
Violence & Gore
12 uses of f**k, 12 uses of s**t, 10 uses of c**k, 9 uses of c**ksucker, 8 uses of c**t, 9 uses of t**t, 7 uses of ass, 8 uses of asshole, 8 uses of Jesus, 6 uses of Christ, 12 uses of goddamn, 10 uses of damn, 9 uses of hell, 8 uses of pussy, 8 uses of n****r, 15 uses of dick, 15 uses of bitch, 13 uses of whore, 13 uses of f****t, 5 uses of t*ts, 5 uses of t*tties, 18 uses of prick and 18 uses of sl*t.
239 swear words are used (104 bleeped on TV).
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Lava sets alcohol, opioids, heroin, cigars and pills on fire throughout the movie. It is also implied that when Lava smokes a cigar, he'll set it on fire.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
The explosions can frighten viewers who have ligyrophobia (a fear of loud noises).
ACB - Rated MA15+ (strong violence, drug use and coarse language)
BBFC - Rated 15 (strong violence, drug and alcohol use and language)
Info-communications Media Development Authority - Rated R21 (Drug Use)
Office for Film, Newspaper and Article Administration - Rated IIB (strong violence, drug content, sexuality, nudity and strong language)