Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
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It is implied in one scene that some characters are naked, but nothing is shown, and it is in a non-sexual context.

Lots of gunfire, dogfights, explosions, etc. For the most part, typical PG action fare. The most violent the movie gets is when a scientist is reduced to a pile of bones by a force field.

The name 'God' is used a few times. The h- and d- word are used a couple of times as well. One use of 'bugger'.

A scientist is reduced to bones and dust by a force field, which may frighten young children. The last scenes of are sometimes nail-bitingly intense.

Rated PG for sequences of stylized sci-fi violence and brief mild language

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