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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

None.

Violence & Gore

Multiple scenes of giant robots facing off against giant monsters. Mostly bloodless although the occasional pilot will be wounded and have a minor blood stain. The robots will stab, shoot and decapitate the monsters as well as hit them with objects around the place.

A character falls out of a robot with blood on his torso and shoulder. He collapses on the floor.

Blood drips from a character's nose throughout the film.

A character gets a blood shot eye and his nose bleeds.

We see men tearing pieces from a dead monster. We see organs although it isn't disturbing.

A character gets monster blood all over his hands. It is blue and chunky.

A robot gets a sword and stabs a monster in half under water.

A flying monster grabs onto a robot and drags him up into the air. The robot gets a sword and slices off the monster's arm and head. The robot then falls to the floor and lands in the ocean, unharmed.

A monster rips open a robot and grabs onto a pilot. The monster throws him away, killing him. We see him screaming as he is thrown away. This is also upsetting.

A baby monster comes out from a dead monster's chest. It chases a man then it dies. Another man comes up and stabs it with a knife. The monster awakes suddenly and eats the man alive. We see the monster chewing him and swallow him whole. The baby monster then dies.

A man threatens a man by putting a knife up the other man's nose. We hear him scream and give over the information although this is slightly humorous as well.

Two men get into a fist fight. They throw punches and bash each other around the room. We see them both with cuts and blood on their face.

A man fights three men with wooden poles. They are knocked to the ground although are not killed. A woman then comes in and the two fight, hitting each other with the poles although neither of them are hurt.

A bomb is dropped into the ocean, killing all the monsters and their way into Earth. A massive explosion takes place although no blood is shown.

Profanity

One "shit". A handful uses of "bastard," "bitch,".

An army commander swallows a pill form a metal box several times when he begins to suffer nosebleeds; we learn that this is medication for radiation poisoning.

A Chinese medicine shop sells medicinal herbs and aphrodisiacs (we see no purchases or use).

7/10

A man is suddenly eaten by a baby Kaiju, but is revealed to be alive in the end credit scene.

Constant peril.

Some of the monsters may frighten young children.

The battles are very intense.

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MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence throughout, and brief language

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