The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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Sex & Nudity


A woman briefly undresses on an elevator, we see this from the back. Her genitals are covered, but we see the side of her breast, her lower legs, shoulders, and back. Two men and another woman watch her: One man, who is much older than her, watches in amused approval and the other man is in awe and shock. The other woman looks pointedly away.

A boy and girl are shown in bed together three times. However, it is implied that there is no sexual activity.

Kissing, a lot.

Violence & Gore


The violence includes deaths by stabbing, shooting, drowning, animal attacks, and poison, as well as torture, whipping, threats, and explosions. Most of the violence is shown on-screen but doesn't show much gore.

A thick fog forms and a young woman reaches out to touch it. She screams and blisters form. Her group runs from it. All are burned by it. One is left unable to run. An old woman sacrifices herself to save the group. She runs into it and we see her disappear.

A group is attacked by monkeys. We hear screams. The monkeys are stabbed, hacked, kicked etc. one of the party is held under water by one of these creatures until someone stabs it. A woman jumps from a bush and is bitten and mauled by a monkey. We see blood on her neck. She is carried to water were a young man holds her hand as she dies. We see a flying vessel carry her body away.

Three characters appear on a beach covered in what appears to be blood.

A woman's throat is cut. We do not see the act, just her attacker behind her. He is shot in the chest with an arrow. No blood. He just falls into the water.

A man is whipped in a district square. We see his gashes. A young woman intervenes and is punched in the face then struck with the whip. The whipper threatens to shoot her. She tells him to but he is stopped before any more violence occurs.

An elderly man is dragged to his knees and then shot. We just see the gun fire. We later see his body taken away.

A woman shoots at a turkey and has a vision of shooting a young man in the chest. She screams and is calmed down by a friend.

Dead rabbits are shown with some blood.

A man and woman are forced to hear their loved ones scream for an hour.

A man is beaten several times. His body is dragged away and he is seen with blood on his face.



2 bleeped out F-words, 1 use of "screwed over", 2 "damns", 1 "hell", 1 use of "Son of a bitch", 1 "bloody", 1 use of "shit".


The trainer for the fighters is always drunk/drinking

A girl takes one sip out of an alcohol bottle, but doesn't like it, so she stops.


The violence includes deaths by stabbing, shooting, drowning, animal attacks, whipping, and poison, as well as torture, threats, and explosions.

Many intense scenes such as battles and deaths. Not forgetting that there are also many emotional and tearjerking scenes.

The mutts may be scary to some.

Cinna is brutally beaten to death by peacekeepers, which was very unexpected and sad.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire does not have a happy ending. It can be very shocking to first-timers who didn't read the book.

Peeta's heart stops. Mouth to mouth is used to revive him.

Total: 25/50

Suggested MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some frightening images, thematic elements, and language.

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Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, some frightening images, thematic elements, a suggestive situation and language

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