Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
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A woman lies dying in a cave at night and we hear a man's voice ask if she wants to make a deal and she nods; the screen blacks out and we hear that she had sex with the devil and bore his son, who is presently about 9 years old.

A man tries to kiss a woman, but she pushes him away.

A businessman in a caf approaches a woman and asks if she is a gypsy wanting business (implying prostitution) but the woman's son appears, causing the man to quickly leave.

A man tells a woman that she used to be his girlfriend.

In several scenes, a woman wears a tight T-shirt covering large breasts; there is very little exposed cleavage.

We see a man without a shirt.

An Orthodox church in Turkey is guarded by ninjas wearing black, the sky turns yellow and red, then black, two men and a woman shoot perimeter guards with high-powered rifles, ninjas fall (presumably dead) and many black-robed and hooded spectators chant incantations as the devil (as an old man) and his young son sway back and forth on a stage.

A man shoots guards and spectators, another man tries to grab the boy.

Man shoot several monks in a monastery.

Two men struggle in a warehouse, and one man transforms into the Ghost Rider with a huge skull of flames: while flaming, he jumps on his flaming motorcycle and chases a convoy of SUVs chasing a woman and a boy.

A flashback shows a man crunch a bottle in his hand to draw blood and sign a contract with the devil in blood.

Three times, we see flashbacks of wars with shooting and bombings, all attributed to the devil.

A woman lies dying in a cave at night, we hear a man's voice ask if she wants to make a deal and she nods; the screen blacks out and we hear that she had sex with the devil and bore his son.

At least 1 F-word, 5 scatological terms, 7 anatomical terms.

A man on a hospital gurney asks for Morphine and Valium.

A man steals several bottles of medication from hospital medical cabinets (we can't see the labels.)

A man opens unmarked medicine vials and pours 5 or 6 pills into his mouth and swallows.

A man drinks alcohol from a small flask several times and from three dusty wine bottles.

A man drinks wine from a dusty wine bottles.

A monastery wine cellar contains hundreds of dusty wine bottles in alcoves.

A man lights a cigarette, it goes out and he drops it.

The main character's transformation is very intense and will frighten young viewers.

Ghost Rider's appearance is also very frightening.

A scene shows a crowd of people in black hoods chanting.

A man and a boy are shown in a trance-like state.

Several disturbing scenes depict characters decaying and burning.

Some material involving Satan, hell, etc.

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, some disturbing images, and language

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