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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity


In the beginning we see a man in a bikini, very brief.

A man is filming and shows a woman's breasts though no cleavage is shown. behind her he films her buttocks, for 4-5 seconds.

Violence & Gore


There are a number of scenes in which people are threatened or attacked by dinosaurs, sometimes resulting in injury and death.

There is one scene in which a dino is chopped up in the blades of a helicopter, nothing shown is shown but blood is splattered against the windshield.

However there is very little sight of wounds or injury.

The fast-paced nature of the action and the style of camera work draw the focus away from any such detail.

At some points there is human-to-human threat but once again there is no strong detail of any violence.

The context within which the threat occurs is highly fantastical.



Mild to moderate language includes uses of 'hell', 'Christ', 'Jesus', 'damn' and 'bloody'.




The dinos may scare some.

some deaths are very intense and quick, it might scare some.

Page last updated by brad-kinnunen, 2 years ago
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Rated PG-13 for some violence, terror and a brief suggestive image

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