Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
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Romance and marriage are discussed by the characters throughout the film.

A couple passionately kiss each other for a few seconds.

A man and a woman tear each others' clothes [see Violence & Gore].

Elizabeth Bennett's bosom heaves prominently on occasion.


The film contains frequent depictions of action violence involving zombies throughout the film, where the main characters can be seen fighting, with brief shots of the zombies being shot or slashed at.

Some of the stronger scenes include one of a woman whose head gets shot off; one of a woman slashing off a man's hand with the bloody stump visible; a scene where a man stabs another man in the chest with a sword where the blade of the sword can be seen protruding from the victim's back; etc.

While these scenes are usually accompanied by details such as severed limbs or heads and some bloodletting, they are brief and the acts are usually implied, thereby mitigating the impact of the violence.

There is a large-scale battle scene where soldiers fend off attacking zombies. One of them swings and hits zombies with a large club.

Several zombies' heads explode with minimal bloodletting throughout the film.

Two men and two women fight off zombies with bombs, swords, and an axe towards the finale. There is minimal gore and some bloodletting as they eliminate them all.

Other milder depictions of violence include, but are not limited to, a man killing a zombie with a piece of broken glass and then proceeding to cut its head off with a knife before stomping on its decapitated head, with its entirety being depicted from the blurred perspective of the zombie; A group of women fending off a horde of zombies with knives, swords, and blunt objects with minimal violence in the form of slashing; a woman's gun exploding in her own hand before she begins to fight a zombie and kill it by stomping on its head; a zombified woman with an undead baby; a man getting knocked unconscious after falling down a series of stairs; a man slashing and killing zombies in a dimly-lit room; a brief depiction of a woman with a missing eye, who later wears an eye patch; a man and a woman fighting in a room with their hands, a knife, and a fire poker where their clothes tear eventually [played comically]; a woman fighting a large man [she gets choked violently as she slashes at his face with her nails before breaking his arm, then kicking him, where a piece of the ceiling above them falls on him.]; a scene depicting dead soldiers with holes in their heads and people discussing how their brains have been removed; etc.

The zombies in this film have decomposing flesh and a rather grotesque appearance that reveals teeth, bones, and muscle. One zombie in particular has a chunk of her nose missing and mucus/pus pours out of it.

Zombies feast on a lot of brain matter in one scene, but it is brief and not detailed.

The film is very violent for a PG-13 film, including brief shots of blood and gore.


The main protagonists are seen drinking alcohol [wine] often. One of them is depicted drunk.


This film is a British comedy about the Bennett sisters who fight and ward off zombies together, all whilst searching for suitable husbands.

One intense scene where a woman is believed to be bitten by a zombie and a man prepares to kill her. He doesn't.

One emotional scene in which a main character is believed to be dead and another character weeps over his body.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and action, and brief suggestive material


Green: General - Suitable for all ages, parental guidance may be advised for some content/thematic elements, the strongest of which are in bold.

[Blue]: Age Advisory - Suitable for 16 and above, parental guidance strongly recommended, due to moderate portrayal of some content.

Rated PG-13 for zombie violence and action, and brief suggestive material

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