Why is Fast & Furious 6 rated PG-13?
Official MPAA Rating: Fast & Furious 6 is rated PG-13 for for intense sequences of violence and action and mayhem throughout, some sexuality and language.
Violence: Characters race along a narrow, curving mountain road, through crowded city streets and between cars and pedestrians. Numerous explosions, scenes of gunfire and other weapon use are depicted. An explosion is set off in the middle of a city. A law officer beats up a man being held in custody. A character rigs an ATM machine to spew out money. A character blows up a parking area and building killing a large number of police officers and others. Characters steal information. Cars are riddled with bullets during a chase scene that involves dangerous driving in downtown London and through the tunnel system. A woman shoots a man in the chest. Two women rough up a man in order to get information. Frequent gunfire is exchanged, resulting in the death of at least one man. A man’s head is repeatedly hit against a glass partition until he is knocked out. Women and men engage in brutal fistfights. Characters are also stabbed, choked, punched, run over, hit by cars and dragged. Frequent intense action, brief explicit violence and disturbing scenes are portrayed with some limited blood. Characters race down a highway on motorcycles without wearing helmets.
Sexual Content: An unmarried couple is shown in bed together with bare backs and chests, but no explicit nudity. Numerous characters wear bikinis or provocative clothing. Suggestive comments are made about male anatomy. Other sexual innuendo is included in the script. Characters embrace and kiss.
Language: The script includes one use of a strong sexual expletive, one crude hand gesture and frequent profanities, scatological slang, terms of deity, and vulgar expressions.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink on several occasions in a home or social setting.