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Like A Boss is a comedic American film in which a cosmetics company run by two best friends is bought out by a shady conglomerate.
The film contains crude humour which is often tied to the element of sex throughout the film including verbal references to sex acts and genital regions, as well as a crude cake depicting the birth of a child. The film also contains a sequence in which two women pose a baby to make it look as though it is smoking a joint.
The film contains some minor scuffles involving pushing and shoving.
The film contains sexual references and crude sexual humour throughout the film including verbal and visual references to sex and discussion of people's genitals. The film also contains a brief implied sex scene in which a woman undresses and mounts her boyfriend at a party.
The film contains use of the words "motherf**ker", "f**k", "shit", "bitch", "ass", "pussy", "dick", "damn" and "hell".
The film contains a sequence in which two women smoke a joint in a baby's room and a verbal reference to cocaine.
The film includes a cake which features a crude depiction of a woman's vulva, which is lacking in detail and carved out of fondant.
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