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Brainless buddies Larry, Bill and Everett (Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Engvall, DJ Qualls) are forced into active duty after the three trigger-happy, drinking pals are called up as Army Reservists. The conscription becomes even more regrettable when the trio accidentally ends up in Mexico instead of Iraq, and the nitwits start fighting local bandits instead of terrorist.
Why Is Delta Farce Rated PG-13?
Delta Farce is rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor.
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This redneck romp is packed with intolerant remarks toward many groups including Arabs, Mexicans, homosexuals and (through Larry’s fake southern accent) Americans from the southern states. Sexual innuendo is frequent, especially regarding homosexuals. So are comic setups where characters are threatened by the notion of being forced to have gay sex. Violence is intended to be comical, but includes many scenes of combat involving irresponsible use of guns and other military weapons. Hand-to-hand conflict is also shown, including two young boys who beat a mailman with sticks while their father observes and laughs. A man discusses how much he dislikes his wife, and considers the option of a murder/suicide. Moderate and mild profanities are heard throughout the film. Various characters are shown drinking alcohol—some to excess.
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Delta Farce bumbles onto DVD with four featurettes (Hacienda Confidential, All The Way To L.A?, The Queen of Mean Gets The Last Word, and The Man Behind Carlos Santana), as well as an audio commentary by director CB Harding. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround and Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), with subtitles in English and Spanish.