The Day After Tomorrow
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

A couple is making out on a couch in an office. They are clothed. The man is unbottoning the woman's bra when they are interrupted.

A young man and woman briefly make out passionately (while fully clothed).

Violence & Gore

A man's hand is cut when he is crawling across the glass top of a mall (blood is shown dripping off his hand in close-up; the man they're trying to save commits suicide by cutting the rope he is hanging from and falls several stories to his tragic death).

A girl cuts her leg on a taxi bumper(some blood is shown); the same cut is later shown, infected, and looking more graphic and grousem.

Wolves attack a young man (blood is shown on his leg).

Another young man is chased by the wolves (armed with a large kitchen knife) and manages to slam a door on them (some blood is shown smudged on the window).

Profanity

There are a few mild profanities.

None

Some scenes involve intense perilous situations and disastrous occurrences.

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Rated PG-13 for intense situations of peril

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