Birdemic: Shock and Terror
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One character remarks "A day without sex is a day wasted!" and wishes a friend luck in convincing his girlfriend to have intercourse, who then chides him for his views on relationships.

There are two separate scenes where an unmarried couple make out in bed with little clothing. Although these are shot like sex scenes, bras and underwear stay on and the males do not remove their pants.

This movie is about a flock of homicidal birds terrorize the residents of the local city, so mild violence is guaranteed by the premise alone. Cut-and-pasted bird animations hover onscreen as actors panic and shout in pain.

In one scene, birds fly toward some people and explode (off-screen) into green acid.

Corpses are shown with blood effects from a Halloween makeup kit. These wounds only look *somewhat* realistic.

Several uses of S[feces] along with a few other milder profanities. F[fornicate] is used once, possibly twice, as one is used in an exasperated sigh and is hard to make out. Neither uses are in a sexual manner.

During a supposed time of crisis, one character takes the time to view a local gas station's wine selection.

Two children are briefly shown lamenting the death of their parents from the bird attacks, but in the next scene and for the rest of the movie, they act as if the previous scene never happened.

Very young children (3-6 yrs) may be frightened by the loud and high-pitched shrieks of the attacking birds and the bloody makeup on corpses.

Children over 10 years old will probably notice that the effects in the movie are very poor-quality, and probably won't be too moved by character deaths.

Australia:M / Canada:14A (Alberta) / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / New Zealand:M / UK:15 / USA:Not Rated

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