The Book of Mormon Movie, Volume 1: The Journey
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Sex/Nudity: 4/10

A large group of people gather together; many weddings are held on the same day; after the weddings, a man mentions that all the couples should "get a good night's rest for the trip tomorrow"; the couples complain, knowing that the man is joking.

In the same scene as above, a man picks up his newly-wed wife and carries her; he walks toward their tent; they kiss outside the door and go inside (sex is mildly implied.)

A few women wear short skirts and revealing tops while dancing seductively toward men.

Some men and women dance around a bonfire dressed in almost nothing (no genitals are seen); it is implied that the are the first native Americans.

Some romantic kissing.

Violence: 5/10

A man chops off another man's head; the body of the man who dies is not seen, though, so no blood or gore whatsoever is involved.

Some men try to "jump" another in an alley; the men treaten him with a knife, they punch him and he bleeds from the mouth.

Two men hold a different two men while holding knives at their throats.

A man beats another man with a staff.

A man goes hunting and shoots an animal; the animal is not seen shot, but blood is dripping from the back of the bag when the man carries the animal later.

Some men attempt to tie up another man; he fights back with punches and kicks, but is sucbdued and left on the ground tied up.

Men are chased by other soldiers who carry spears and swords.

Some men tie up a man to the mast of a boat for a long time; when the man is released, his wrists are bloody.

A man sharpens a sword in prepation for a war.

Profanity: 0/10

None.

Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking: 2/10

Men are seen swaggering after leaving a party (which is not seen), holding cups filled with alcohol; they mention how one man was "the most drunk I ever seen."

Frightening/Intense Scenes: 5/10

The scenes in which the men are threatened could be instense.

Some scary chases and killings, so forth.


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for a scene of violence
Certification:
USA:PG-13 / USA:PG (2004 re-rating)

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