The Count of Monte Cristo
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Two unmarried lovers are seen swimming nude, but view is from below and bodies are dark. They are then seen from afar having sex on the beach (only shoulders and up are seen). Later when fully clothed, they lay down together as the scene fades out. It is later revealed that a child results from this fornication.

A man and a woman spend the night together, with the woman being married to someone else. They kiss while standing up, and afterwards are seen lying on the bed, covered with sheets (nothing is shown in between). In the morning, she wakes up and runs out of a room with only a sheet around her.

The same woman is referred to as a "whore" by her husband.


The movie opens with a battle where people are shot and stabbed (no blood or wounds seen).

A man's body is shown soon after death.

A man is numerously wounded several times with a sword (some blood).

A man in prison is whipped by a sadistic man. He then tries to hang himself.

A man dies after he is crushed in a cave-in. We see his body soon after death.

A man kills another man by drowning him.

A knife fight starts, but no one is hurt.

A man hangs another man with a nautical rope, but suggests other to "cut him down before he can't speak."

A man duels with another man whom he stabs through the heart (some blood).

A man is shown shooting on old man; when the man falls against a wall, a blood streak is shown.

A teenage boy is threatened by bandits with having his finger cut off.

A man tries to commit suicide by shooting himself in the mouth, but finds the gun is not loaded.

A man shoots a woman in the shoulder (some blood).

Two men first duel, then fistfight. One hits the other in the head with a stone. One stabs the other through the chest. The blade is shown sticking out the other side as he dies (some blood).


1 d**n, 1 wh*re, and God used as an exclamation a few times.

A man calls someone b*stard. Another man calls a boy b*stard.


Alcohol drinking is fairly common in this movie.


The scenes set in prison may be frightening to some kids.

The sword fights are intense and bloody.

Total Explicit Rating: 28/50

Rated PG-13 for adventure violence/swordplay and some sensuality

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