X-Men: Days of Future Past
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Sex & Nudity


A man wakes up in bed with a woman, he is totally naked; we see his buttocks as he rises and walks to pick up his pants.

The mutant is seen near-naked but has a more animal-like appearance with scales covering private areas.

In an army camp, men are shirtless. A man is showering and you can see his buttocks.

Violence & Gore


Although battle scenes are intense and we see people killed in different dark ways the over all violence is more fantasy than realistic. Blood is shown however usually just flesh wounds and little to no gore.

The action starts right from the beginning, as it is the most serious X-Men movie. In order to stall the Sentinels from reaching Kitty and Warpath, the rest of the team sacrifice themselves in battle. Sunspot is smothered, a Sentinel smacks Colossus against the ground, Iceman is decapitated (no blood) and his head is crushed by a Sentinel, Blink is stabbed in the back, and Warpath is blasted against a vault.

In the future we see evidence of the great battles that have brought civilization to its knees. Skyscrapers are crumbling, rubble is strewn everywhere and corpses tumble out of a container into a burial pit.

Bodies are impaled by robots with arm-like appendages, burned, blasted and otherwise killed.

Pictures reveal mutants who have been tortured, operated on and sewn back together in Mengele-like experiments conducted by a scientist.

A character is executed with a bullet to the forehead (wound visible, no blood).

Wolverine has his chest riddled with bullets (leaving holes that then seal back up). In turn, he impales his attackers with bone (pre-adamantium Wolverine) claws. He also hammers several human guards with a frying pan. (This is common in the X-men films for this character).

A man is pinned to the wall with by his throat with a characters foot, he survives.

Through a variety of mutant-vs.-human fights, men are battered about with everything from hard-knuckled fists to floating metal balls, bones breaking and faces getting pounded.

There are also mutant-on-mutant melees. One mutant tosses another around in one scene, and pummels and tries to drown a different mutant in another.

Magneto rips a large quantity of rebar out of a crumbled building and jams the metal bars in and through Wolverine.

Magneto levitates a needle to sew up a cut on the back of his own head.

A character is shot in the leg. (We see the bleeding wound up close.) They jump out a high window and try to hobble away, but another character drags them back by attracting that metal bullet in their calf until it pops back out of the puncture.

A character is shot in the neck, leaving a bloody wound but survives.

A character is stabbed with metallic claws (open wound with blood visible). Another character states that she's lost too much blood.

A character is stabbed with a piece of metallic debris (wound not visible) from a resulting explosion. The character is slowly bleeding out as he's teleported to safety.

A character stabbed with multiple bars is thrown into a river and starts to drown.

The future ending is VERY dark and sad, as the team gets easily dispatched one by one. Storm is stabbed in the back and thrown off a cliff; the power-absorbing Bishop is blasted from three sides until he eventually blows up. Colossus gets ripped in half; a Sentinel pushes Warpath's face towards its fiery beam; three sentinels gang up on Sunspot, one impales his left arm, and another pushes him towards a third one that stabbs him in the back. Blink is stabbed by 3 Sentinels simultaneously. Iceman is burned alive by multiple Sentinels.



1-f word, 5 "shit", 10 "hell", 2 "damn", 1 "ass", 2 ass hole, 2 goddamn, 2 use of bloody 1 use of piss off.


One character is a drunkard and another drinks socially.

One character is seen smoking a cigar.

A crucial plot point of the film deals with a depressed character's drug-like dependency to a shapeshifting serum, which enables him to walk on the expense of his powers Since this drug is actually completely fictional in reality and exists only in the universe of this movie, there is no danger of your kids running out and scoring some.


Darkest X-men movie

Wolverine is showed getting punctured by medal rods and is thrown out into the ocean. We see some sentinels jumping out of nowhere and stabbing and killing mutants.

A prison escape scene is intense.


11+(mostly for the profanity)

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Rated PG- 13 for sequences of intense sci-fi violence and action, some suggestive material, nudity and language

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