This is the parent's guide on the back of the box for Black Hawk Down at Roger's Video (Canada) Sex/Nudity: a minor sexual comment, a quick glance of a poster with a scantily clad woman Drugs/Alcohol: smoking Violence/Scariness: lots of graphic war violence (fatal gunplay, explosions, vehicle accidents, etc.) Objectionable Words: approx. 65 Rated 18A So, a parent is going to look at this movie, know that it's about war, see that it has lots of bad language and graphic violence, and say, "gee, this sounds great for the kids. No wait. There's a poster of a scantily clad woman! We can't let the kids watch this!" Someone actually sat through this film, took note of that poster and deemed it neccessary to write it down. This is pushing ratings warnings to the brink of insanity. It was a woman in a bikini on the wall for about five seconds. I've seen more skin on The Brady Bunch. It wasn't a real woman, or even a nude woman in the poster. I just don't get it. There's no mention of spewing blood or severed hands. For the movie Woman On Top they wrote: a woman's naked stomach! I think I'll take the DVD back and thank them for warning me about the poster so I could avert my eyes!