In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
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The king has a irresponsible, immoral and immature nephew who in one scene is caught "amusing" himself on the king's throne with a woman who is sitting on his lap. He is accusing her of being "a naughty girl".

A woman is shown sitting in bed with a revealing shirt. The side of her breast is visible.

The krug really look like fat people dressed up in halloween costumes. There is a lot of swordplay but it is completely bloodless. When farmer cuts the krug commander heads off, a black mist come out. A krug commander kills a helpless child in a meadow, but it is not shown.

1 damn, 1 hell. It's set in a medival time period, so there really isn't much profanity.

A young boy is hunted down by a monster and murdered in a field, this may be very frightening for very young viewers.


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Rated PG-13 for intense battle sequences
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