Uncut Gems parents guide

Uncut Gems Parent Guide

Robbing Peter to pay Paul only works if they don't know each other.

Release date December 25, 2019

Howard Ratner runs a successful jewelry store in New York City, but he's in a dangerous position. His compulsive gambling has left him with mountains of debt to some unsavory people, and now he has to find a way to pay them back before they come looking for their pound of flesh.

Why is Uncut Gems rated R? The MPA rated Uncut Gems R for pervasive strong language, violence, some sexual content and brief drug use.

Run Time: 135 minutes

Uncut Gems
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Uncut Gems rated R? Uncut Gems is rated R by the MPAA for pervasive strong language, violence, some sexual content and brief drug use.

Violence: Several scenes of violence depicting injury, physical assault and/or weapons. Characters are frequently threatened. A man is punched in the throat, then in the nose, and is thrown in a fountain. There is a scene showing a man with a broken leg, and the exposed bone is visible. There is also a scene in which a dead man is shown with a bullet hole in his face. A man is grabbed by the ankles and held out of a window. A man is shot in the face and another is shot in the head; blood is visible.
Sexual Content: Scene of nudity, depicting buttocks, in a sexual context. In one scene, a scantily dressed woman performs a sexual act whilst texting a man who is watching her. The text messages contain strong sex references. Strong sex references also feature elsewhere in the film. Women are frequently shown wearing skimpy clothing. A man is stripped naked against his will; no genital nudity. A woman masturbates; no genitals visible but she is panting.
Profanity: Approximately 670 instances of profanity (including 408 sexual expletives) and ten instances of other sexual language. There is frequent use of terms of deity and some of a racial expletive aimed at African Americans.
Alcohol/Drug Use: In one scene, it is implied that a man has taken cocaine. Characters drink alcohol throughout the film.



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Cast and Crew

Uncut Gems is directed by Josh Safdie & Benny Safdie and stars Adam Sandler, Kevin Garnett, and Idina Menzel.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Uncut Gems movie is March 10, 2020. Here are some details…