The Amazing Spider-Man 2
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Sex & Nudity


No sex or nudity in the film except for some kissing.

Violence & Gore

Contains moderate fantasy violence and brief bloody detail


The most intense and violent Spider-Man movie ever made. In a plane scene, there is a man who appears to be a co pilot and is washing his hands from blood showing that he killed the pilot. Then there is a gun scene, someone gets shot in the fight and because there is no one controlling the plane, the plane starts to fall into the ocean.

The first scene, takes place on the streets where a criminal has just started a car chase. Cars are crashing into each other and Spider-Man soon traps him in one of his webs.

There are two villain transformation sequences throughout the film and both are very intense, disturbing and unsettling.

A man falls into a pool of electric eels and we see the aftermath later on where the man has toasted skin and booze. He later peels it off and becomes into the villain known as Electro

A sniper shoots a man. The man is still alive.

A man injects a venom on himself. We clearly see his bones move through his body in close-up, his teeth change and his physicality is monstrous. He screams and moans in pain.

A man throws another man to a pit into his death. The man laughs maniacally then.

The final battle between Spiderman and Electro is very large and intense. No blood is shown. Electro is later exploded by energy overcharge transmitted by Gwen.

The final battle between Spiderman and Green Goblin is perhaps the shortest but most violent and intense fight in all Spiderman movies. Lots of punching, kicking and chocking.

Gwen's neck breaks in Spiderman's attempt to rescue her. We see her corpse pale white and blood lingers from her nose.


Contains very mild language


"He**" is used twice. 'Da**' is said three times. 'Pi**' is used once. 'Crap' Is used once (on a PC).

Using God's name in vain: "thank God", "oh God". There is also the use of God***N in the film. It occurs when the main character collides with a guard holding a cup of coffee. It is a bit subtle, but if you put on the subtitles you will find that it is clearly there.

Contains brief scenes of drinking a smoking


We see a man smoking a cigarette.

Harry is seen drinking wine in two scenes.

Contains intense action sequences and moderate threat


Although the movie keeps a consistent upbeat and fun tone, in sequences with Electro and Green Goblin, especially in the climax of the film, it can be quite dark and intense.

The first scene is intense.

The final battle between Goblin and Spider-Man is very intense.

Gwen falls a long way and hits her head hard on the floor, breaking her neck and killing her, this may upset some viewers, especially younger ones.

Harry injects himself with serum and transforms into the Green Goblin. His bones move and shift in close-up and his teeth become sharp ,he crowls to his equipment and we see him briefly one time as the Goblin ,it is very scary. His appearence may frighten younger viewers and this is the most scary Goblin version ever shown.

When Peter cries over Gwen's dead body it's very emotional and upsetting.

The image of Gwen's grave is a bit upsetting.

The final moments are very emotional

This movie does not have a happy ending, but it does show a positive message.

Total: 24/50

Although the rating is low, I wouldn't recommend this film for anyone under the age of 11/12, due too violent and dark. The climax of the film can be very upsetting and the Green Goblin can be scary to kids, but if your child could handle the villains of Spider-Man 1-3 (Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Venom) they should be fine.


MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action violence , mild langague and for some disturbing images.

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Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action/violence

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