The King of Staten Island

Movie • 2020 • Comedy  Report
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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A bee flies close to someone and is swatted away. There is an in-depth discussion of bedbugs.
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The main character promises to take care of someone's cat for 5 months, and never does, so one can assume that the cat dies.
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Characters frequently smoke weed on-screen. The main characters sell loose Xanax pills to a teenager, and later rob a pharmacy. There is a discussion of firemen doing coke all the time in the past.
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College students get drunk on-screen.
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The main characters frequently smoke weed on-screen. There are mentions of a major character loosing all his money gambling. There is a discussion of firemen doing coke all the time in the past.
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There are multiple mentions of the father of the main character dying in a fire in the past.
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Does a kid die?
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maelle
The plot centers around the main character dealing with his father’s death offscreen a few years earlier.
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maelle
Around 48 minutes, Scott spits in bread he intends to serve to someone.
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maelle
15 minutes in after Scott’s mom stops video calling him, the kid in front of her throws up.
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The mother of the main character is both a school nurse and works in the ER, and is shown working on-screen.
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There is, however, a description of the time that the main character thought he had testicular cancer.
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Tattoo needles are used and discussed in multiple scenes.
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There's no on-screen self harm, but the main character talks about how he enjoys the pain from tattoos, and states that he will definitely intentionally hurt himself someday.
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Someone does, however, comment that the main character looks anorexic.
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The main character is lied to about what his dead father was like and what his mother's boyfriend was like in the past.
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Really brief, 5 minutes in after everyone stops laughing about Scott's tattoo. Right before, he motions to a girl in a "do you wanna get out of here" way and she nods.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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The term cr*zy is used numerous times, mostly in reference to the mentally ill main character (who mentions he has depression and ADD).
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The n slur is used a few times. A man calls his mother a sl*t as a joke. A customer in a tattoo parlor has a tattoo of the confederate flag.
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A goy is given a tattoo of the Star of David as a joke.
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It's used in a song that a white person is listening to (he doesn't sing along), and is later used by a black man.
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maelle
A security guard calls one of Scott's friends 'fat Kanye'
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The main character's mother's boyfriend attacks and hurts the main character.
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The main characters watch a scene from the Purge, and one of the Purge characters is graphically shot on-screen. A main character is shot on-screen. A minor character bleeds a lot from a graphic wound.
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A character is thrown into a pool, and is doused with water multiple times.
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A nine year-old boy is pressured by a group of adults into getting a tattoo. The first line really hurts him so he yells to stop. The main character (doing the tattoo) tries to convince him to continue so he can practice tattooing, but the kid runs off.
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maelle
In the opening scene, Scott closes his eyes while driving on a freeway and hits two cars, but the damage is fairly minimal, and he drives away.
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The main characters watch a scene from the Purge, and someone is graphically shot on-screen. During a robbery, two guns are shot multiple times, and a major character is shot on-screen.
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Two cars are crashed into with the main character's car in the opening scene, but everyone is unharmed.
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A character is, however, thrown into a pool, and is doused with water multiple times.
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