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STRAYS

"Gross, Sleazy and Depraved ‘Comedy’"

What You Need To Know:

STRAYS is a live action comedy about dogs. A dog named Reggie has an evil male owner named Doug, but Reggie naively thinks Doug loves him. One day, Doug drives Reggie three hours away to a big city and throws Dog’s favorite ball down a long alley. Stranded, Doug befriends a street smart Boston terrier named Bug, a Great Dane named Hunter and a standard collie named Maggie. They convince Reggie that Doug really hates hm and tried to get rid of him. So, they vow to help Reggie return to Doug’s house and bite off Doug’s genitals. Will they succeed in their quest for revenge?

STRAYS stars Will Ferrell as Reggie, Jamie Foxx as Bug and Will Forte as Doug. It’s an extremely raunchy, abhorrent, immoral comedy. It has abundant and nearly constant foul language, lots of gross scatological toilet humor, graphic lewd content, and jokes about drug use. STRAYS is way over the top. As such, it’s unfit for decent human consumption. Hopefully, children and teenagers, nor adult moviegoers, who love dogs won’t be attracted to this trashy, depraved movie.

Content:

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Dominant Worldview and Other Worldview Content/Elements:
Very strong immoral pagan worldview about a dog traveling with three new dog friends to get revenge on his evil white mail owner who abandoned him three hours away in a big city so that the dog can bite off the man’s male organ, dogs defend themselves against the villain who tries to beat them with a baseball bat (he misses repeatedly), dogs say a prayer over the burial site of some rabbits they accidentally killed and mutilated after eating hallucinogenic mushrooms, and there’s a politically correct CRT subtext of racial politics (the evil villain is a white male, the partly evil animal control officer is a white male, two new child owners are black, and three misguided owners in a family are white (their dog accidentally bit the ankle of the daughter when she accidentally stepped on him, so the white parents send their pet dog to the Pound to be euthanized)

Foul Language:
Abundant, nearly constant foul language of the worst sort includes at least 281 obscenities (about two-thirds are “f” words), two Jesus profanities, seven GD profanities, 10 light profanities, and one dog says, “Paw to God,” as in the human phrase “Hand to God,” plus dog eats the vomit of another dog, images of dog feces, dog poops into villain’s mouth off screen, and the villain is later shown with dog feces around his mouth, animal control officer slips on dog feces in large cage full of dogs and later is shown with the feces all over his uniform, hands and face, dog urinates on lamp post, four dogs urinate on one another to bond together (one dog told them that anything a dog urinates on, it owns), and dogs briefly mention eating their poop in one scene

Violence:
Strong violence with some occasional blood includes hallucinating dogs tear up stuffed toys but later discover to their horror that they killed and mutilated a bunch of rabbits (one dog pushes a rabbit’s detached head toward its lifeless body), dog tries to run past an invisible electronic fence but falls down when he passes the boundary, white male villain with baseball bat threatens four dogs with it and swats at them with bat (he always misses but sometimes hits objects around his house such as lamps and drinking glasses), dogs defend themselves from villain, three dogs hold villain down and spread his legs so that fourth dog can chew and bite off the villain’s male organ under his sweatpants, villain knocks dog away and abandons him in the woods and eventually in a big city

Sex:
Many, often crude sexual references, plus some depictions of animal sex includes three squirrels in a tree and an extensive scene where dogs hump lawn ornaments, references to incest when the

Nudity:
Upper male nudity, rear male nudity in one scene, and animal nudity includes a male dog’s erect sex organ is shown twice

Alcohol Use:
Villain drinks beer, and dogs drink beer in trash outside a bar and get drunk

Smoking and/or Drug Use and Abuse:
No smoking, but villain is shown smoking a marijuana bong several times, and hungry dogs eat mushrooms and start hallucinating and tearing up stuffed toys, they find but later discover to their horror that the toys were real rabbits, so they bury the rabbit remains and say a prayer; and,

Miscellaneous Immorality:
Main dog character steals some hot dogs for his friends, dogs insult other dogs, dogs hate mailmen, a German Shepard dog betrays the canine protagonists.

More Detail:

STRAYS is a live action comedy about a male dog helped by three other dogs to return to his abusive white male owner miles away and get revenge by biting off his genitals. STRAYS is an extremely raunchy, abhorrent, immoral comedy with abundant and nearly constant foul language, lots of gross scatological toilet humor, graphic lewd content, and drug use.

The movie opens with a white man named Doug losing his girlfriend. She walks out on him, but Doug keeps their scruffy little dog, Reggie, just to spite her. Doug calls Reggie obscene names, but Reggie mistakenly thinks Doug loves him. The joke is that the viewer immediately realizes that Doug hates Reggie.

Doug tries to get rid of Reggie by tossing his ball far away, but Reggie think it’s just a game. In fact, Reggie thinks Doug is just trying to give him bigger and bigger challenges. Even when Doug drives Reggie to a local wooded area and tosses the ball far into the woods, Reggie just thinks it’s a game. He’s happy that Doug keeps giving him more and more difficult challenges in playing this particular game of Fetch.

One day, Doug has had enough of this clueless dog. So, he drives three hours away to a big city and tosses the ball far down a long alley. Sadly, Reggie has a hard time finding and retrieving the ball and has to sleep in the alley overnight.

The next day, two big dogs, a Rottweiler and a Doberman, harass Reggie and want to take his ball away. A street-smart Boston terrier named Bug rescues Reggie, but Reggie must leave the ball behind.

Bug tries to show Reggie the ropes of being a stray, which include raunchy instructions on the importance of urinating on objects like lamp posts to claim ownership and humping on them to get pleasure. However, Reggie still thinks Doug loves him. He wants to get back to Doug as soon as possible.

In the local dog park, Bugs loves to mock dogs who have owners. Bug also introduces Reggie to two other dogs, a Great Dane named Hunter and a standard collie named Maggie. Hunter failed the test to become a police dog, so he now works as a therapy dog for elderly people. Maggie has owners, a mother and a daughter, but they ignore her and favor the new, younger pet dog.

Shortly thereafter, Bug, Hunter and Maggie convince Reggie that Doug actually hates him and was trying to get rid of him. This makes Reggie angry. So, Reggie decides to return to Doug to bite off his genitals. Big, Hunter and Maggie pledge to help him.

STRAYS is an extremely raunchy, abhorrent, immoral comedy. It has abundant and nearly constant foul language, lots of gross scatological toilet humor, graphic lewd content, and jokes about drug use. STRAYS is way over the top. As such, it’s unfit for decent human consumption. Hopefully, children and teenagers, nor adult moviegoers, who love dogs won’t be attracted to this trashy, depraved movie.

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