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Parents Guide for
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Since the beliefs that parents want to instill in their children can vary greatly, we ask that, instead of adding your personal opinions about what is right or wrong in a film, you use this feature to help parents make informed viewing decisions by describing the facts of relevant scenes in the title for each one of the different categories: Sex and Nudity, Violence and Gore, Profanity, Alcohol/Drugs/Smoking, and Frightening/Intense Scenes.
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Sex & Nudity

There are a few scenes where rapes are just about to take place however it is interrupted by Zebraman so there isn't anything graphic.

An older guy is seen staring perversely at a younger girls butt whilst they are conversing. The girl asks if he is done and the guy says "one more time" and then they go off-screen (implying sex)

A man walks into a room with a towel naked and he removes it to wash himself. Only the back side of him is seen (his butt).

The "zebra-nurse" has a v-cut outfit on revealing cleavage.

This is meant to be a family film so there is nothing really graphic in, except the man's bottom but it's only on-screen for around 7-8 seconds.

Violence & Gore

A person is punched hard and his face is caved in and he has green goo coming out.

A person is found mangled, head being rotated 180 degrees and his legs are also externally rotated.

A persons face starts to crack open and green goo starts to seep out of the cracks, this is quite graphic.

Children are taken over by the goo and start rampaging, driving buses carelessly, destroying a local food shop. A policeman gets hit in the stomach with a metal baseball bat by one of the children.

A mans arm is chopped off however there is no blood and it is later restored.

There are a lot of fight scenes throughout however they are mostly just fist fights, power-ranger, children's action television like fights (which is referenced a lot).

Profanity

Several scenes where characters smoke cigarettes.

"Sadako" from The Ring appears at the start on TV, fighting with a power ranger. This is done to comedic effect however she parts her hair and a face can be seen in her torso region. More faces are displaced on several bodies which have a creepy effect.

Children start to go crazy and cause mayhem, smashing up food shops.

There is nothing overly explicit in the film though and all the deaths and "gore" are done with green gore so there is no blood in the film. Young children may be scared by the appearance of some of the aliens and the death scenes. More around the 12+ area.

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