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Mars Needs Moms
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The martian women are dressed in a skin-tight suit that shows off quite a bit of their curves (especially hips). Although nothing is shown, it sometimes appears as if their vests, belts & gloves are the only thing they're wearing. The holsters they have also seem to draw attention to their hips/upper legs.

A cat loudly vomits in an early scene. We don't see anything, but a woman notes the presence of broccoli.

Some shoot outs here and there.

There are scenes of a child nearly falling into several deep, dark chasms. There are scenes of a child being pursued through dark corridors by armed aliens. There are scenes of science fiction weapons being aimed at a child with intent to kill, including a scene showing a "target lock" on the child's head. There is a narrative of a mother being vaporized that shows a needle of energy approaching the mother's head. There is a sad scene of a mother dying of asphyxiation as her son watches.


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Rated PG for sci-fi action and peril

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