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Meet the Super Troopers, an outrageous group of Vermont State Troopers who have turned screwing up on the job into an art form!
© 2002 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Critics Consensus: A more-miss -than-hit affair, Super Troopers will most likely appeal to those looking for something silly.
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Common Sense Says
Sex and drug jokes abound in lowbrow comedy.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Super Troopers is a 2002 comedy in which misfit state troopers must bust a drug smuggling ring to avoid losing their jobs due to budget cuts and their own incompetence. There's nonstop iffy humor (in terms of both content and, well, actual humor). One officer is shown on the side of the road masturbating to a picture of a woman on a billboard. Another officer runs interference and lures rival cops by dressing like a hunter and pretending to have sex with a bear. An attractive German couple offer sexual favors to get out of a speeding ticket; the offer is accepted. A white character talks in the parodic voice of an African American man. There are jokes referencing incest, blow-up sex dolls, and autoerotic asphyxiation, as well as nonstop profanity, including "f--k" and variations and some nudity, both male and female. Teenagers smoke a lot of pot and take psychedelic mushrooms; in order to avoid getting arrested when they are pulled over, one of the teens eats a bag of mushrooms and two bags of pot. Underage drinking is featured. The officers are extremely drunk for the last third of the movie. In terms of violence, a woman is found dead in an RV with a dog collar around her neck lying face down in a food bowl. Fistfights occur between rival cops. The movie's humor is deliberately stupid, gross, and raunchy.
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- Release Date:February 15, 2002
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
- Screen Pass Eligible:Yes
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