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Sex & Nudity

Mina has a rather low-cut dress.

One major point of the movie is that for Skinner (the Invisible Man) to be completely invisible he must remove all of his clothing. Nothing is ever shown, but it is implied throughout the movie that whenever you can't see Skinner that he is naked.

During one scene, the Invisible Man (while wearing no clothes, making him fully invisible), grabs Mina's butt. She shrieks, & slaps the man beside her who says it wasn't him. The Invisible Man then laughs & says "I've been waiting all day for that". Realizing it was him Mina tells him to "get a grip" to which he replies, "I thought I already did?"

During the same scene, Skinner asks if someone has some clothes because he is cold (they are in Russia). He makes a comment saying, "I can't feel any of my extremities. And I mean any of them."

During one fight scene between a woman & a man, the man stabs the woman with his cane & comments on how he had always hoped he'd get another oppurtunity to "nail her"

Before the previous scene, when the man & woman first appear in the room they are fighting in, they realize it is a bedroom. The man asks the woamn if this brings back fond memories (they were once lovers).

In one scene after Mr. Hyde reverts back to Dr. Jekyll, he is almost completely naked due to bursting out of his clothing when he became Mr. Hyde.

Overall 2.5/10 for sex/sexual references (mild)

Violence & Gore

The opening scene shows M (the bad guy) attacking several countries & planting false evidence that makes it look like other countries have attacked them; the result is a massive world war is about to start.

A tank rolls up to some men at a roadblock. The men at the point yell for the tank to stop, but it shoots at them then rolls over their dead bodies.

One scene involves a massive bar fight. After the fight, the man responsible escapes; a man rushes out of the bar, shoots the man in the arm (on purpose, he wants to interrogate him), but when he reaches the man he finds he has swallowed a poisonous pill that kills him.

There is a big fight scene that takes place in a library. A man shoots another repeatedly in the chest with a machine gun (it doesn't hurt him; he's immortal). Several men are shot with guns in this scene. One man viciously attacks several people with a sword & some mixed martial arts. Skinner removes his clothing, making him invisible, & procedes to attack several men with various objects laying around the library (books, oil lamps, etc.). After the fight a man grabs a woman from behind & tells the men to drop their weapons or he'll kill her; she procedes to turn into a vampire, spins around, grabs the man, forces him on the ground & sucks his blood (when she stands up she has blood all over her face).

When Allan & Tom go to hunt down Dr. Jekyll & ask him to join the League, they find him transformed into Mr. Hyde, jumping across the rooftops of London. They chase him from below, shooting the rooptops, trying to make him fall into a trap they've set. When he finally falls into the trap, it takes him inside of the Nautilus (Capt. Nemo's submarine). Once inside several men try to restrain him with chains, but he throws & tosses them around the room.

During one scene in Venice, the League must try to stop a series of bombs hidden in the canals; if they don't all of Venice will explode. Several of the buildings are blown up before they can stop the chain. For the majority of this scene, three men & a woman are driving through Venice in a fancy car; they are frequently shot at by M's henchmen. One of the men jumps out of the car at one point to attack some soldiers. The woman turns into a vampire, flies out of the car & together with a swarm of bats attacks several men. The final two men alternate driving the car & shooting at soldiers.

During the final major moments of the movie, there is nothing but fighting in a Russian explosives plant. Several scenes of intense violence take place here: Skinner while naked, attacks a man who has a flamethrower; the man turns around & blasts Skinner with the flamethrower. Skinner runs away screaming; later when Tom finds him he is huddling in a corner whimpering. He is now visible from where his skin was burned (very graphic). One man drinks a whole pitcher of Dr. J's formula; this turns him into a huge & disfigured version of Mr. H. He then becomes involved in a major fight with Mr. H & Capt. Nemo. Capt. Nemo attacks his giant fist ferociously with his sword, bloodying the giant's knuckles.

Towards the final moments, there is a big fight scene between two of the characters. One stabs the other through the heart; he presumes the other to be dead, but after he pulls out his cane/sword & exits the room, the other character comes back to life, stabs the character through the stomach, pinning him to the wall. She then procedes to show the man his picture, which makes him crumble into a skeleton, & then a pile of dust.

Tom shoots a man through the back, killing him.

One of the main characters is killed by M.

Overall, 5/10 for violence/gore (moderate).


Some mild cursing, damn, shat, etc. Nothing too serious & there's not a lot of it.

Overall 2/10 for swearing (mild)

The opening scene takes place in a bar.

There are various shots throughout the movie of people with liquor.

Dr. Jekyll has a formula he drinks to transform into Mr. Hyde.

During one scene, a man drinks a whole pitcher of Dr. Jekyll's formula, turning him into an oversized, badly disformed version of Mr. Hyde.

The woman who turns into the vampire may frighten some viewers.

When Dr. Jekyll turns into Mr. Hyde, it is rather disturbing.

The scene where Skinner becomes burned & becomes partially visible due to his charred flesh is rather gruesome.

When the one man drinks the pitcher of Dr. J's formula, the monster he turns into is very disgusting looking.

M may frighten some viewers, as throughout the whole movie he wears a silver mask. The only thing you can see through the mask is one eye, which is clearly disfigured.

Overall 4/10 for disturbing sequences (moderate)

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Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of fantasy violence, language and innuendo
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG / Canada:G (Québec) / Chile:TE / Denmark:11 / Finland:K-11 / Germany:12 / Hong Kong:IIB / Hungary:14 / Iceland:12 / Italy:T / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Norway:11 / Philippines:PG-13 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG (cut) / South Korea:12 / Spain:7 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) / Switzerland:14 (canton of the Grisons) / UK:12A (original rating) / UK:12 (video rating) (2003) / USA:PG-13 (certificate #39870)

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