Look Whos Back

Movie • 2015 • Comedy  Report
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Kissiae
Around the 37 minute mark up to the 40 minute mark Hitler gets bitten in the finger by a dog, resulting in him shooting the dog. Later in the scene they sit in the car and he pulls up the dead dog to you with his co-actor. Not pretty to watch. The clip plays again in a Talkshow around 1:26:00 and they keep mentioning the dog's death throughout the movie.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Silod
There's a scene where Hitler visits some beekeepers, featuring a couple close shots of the bees. Hitler gets a bee in his protective suit and runs around, yelling.
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Does a cat die?
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Silod
A drunken co-worker confronts the producer regarding the Hitler show.
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Silod
The producer smokes electronic cigarettes and Hitler notes that she takes a longer drag than usual when stressed. Addiction is not emphasized. Use your discretion.
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A dog bites Hitler's outstretched finger, but there doesn't seem to be any damage.
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Does a kid die?
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Silod
After Hitler teases him with a dog's corpse, the protagonist pulls the car over to throw up. We see him bent over the hood of the car and hear some wretching.
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Silod
After being beat unconscious, Hitler awakens in a hospital bed. Minimal depiction of hospital equipment and stitches. When the protagonist visits the hospital in a later scene to reveal that Hitler is real, he is pursued and detained by hospital staff (male nurses dressed all in white).
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After being detained by hospital staff following a panic attack, the protagonist is shown wearing a straightjacket in a padded cell.
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Silod
When attempting to reveal that Hitler is real, the protagonist loses control of himself and begins yelling, crying, and throwing things. Approached by a pair of nurses, he jumps over a hospital bed and runs. In another scene, an elderly woman with dementia sees Hitler for who he really is and confronts before screaming frantically for him to get out of her house. Both instances are debatable; use your discretion.
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There is minimal shake in some scenes.
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Some scenes include a glitch in the protagonist's filming that causes the image to briefly distort with sudden white, wavy lines, like a malfunctioning VHS tape. Potentially triggering depending on your sensitivity.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
National Sexual Assault Hotline 800.656.4673
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hagfish
Yes, the R-slur is used
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Hitler speaks negatively of Jews in a few scenes. There is also some talk against immigrants.
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Hitler speaks negatively of Jews in a few scenes. Some are more overt than others.
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hagfish
Yes, first it is taught to Hitler because it is heard in a hip hop song on the radio and the main protagonist tries to convince him it’s used in a “friendly” way in the modern day. It is also used in later scenes by other white characters.
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Hitler is shot in the face in one scene and blood trickles down his cheek. It is afterwards revealed to have been a squib on the set of his movie shoot.
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hagfish
Threats are made but not actual hangings.
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A nuclear explosions is shown during a montage of Hitler reading and catching up on world events.
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Technically no, but strong possibility that this will be triggering for those concerned with this category. After being shot, Hitler stumbles backward off of a high rooftop and is shown falling. When the protagonist looks down, there is no body. Hitler then appears behind him, unharmed. It is afterward revealed that this is part of the movie Hitler is shooting.
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The protagonist takes Hitler to a rooftop at gunpoint and shoots him in the face. This is afterward revealed to be part of the movie Hitler is shooting.
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