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The Alamo
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Parents Guide for
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Some intense battle scenes

Mild violence

No gore (very little blood)

Some parts could be disturbing

There are men killing other men with shotguns.

Some fistfight scenes.

Gods name is misused four times, the s-word is used three or four times, and a few other issues, mostly "hell," "damn" and "son of a bitch.", "Jackass", and "Bastard is used in the deleted scene.

"Son of a bitch" is used at least twice.

There are men that can be seen smoking cigars in the movie.

There are men that can be seen getting drunk in the movie.

The Alamo war scene between the Mexican soldiers and American soldiers shooting at each other and blowing up their fort with cannons may be disturbing for kids and sensitive people to watch.

A town can be seen being set on fire.

There are dead bodies at the Alamo fort that are shown in the movie.


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Rated PG-13 for sustained intense battle sequences

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