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The film contains no blood or on-screen acts of violence. There are no weapons or fights.

The astronauts find themselves in dangerous situations during their mission.

An astronaut dies in space before landing on Europa.

A few of the crew are attacked by the extra-terrestrials on Europa, off screen.

An astronaut falls through the spacecraft and hits the floor hard, dying from the injury.


Some swearing; no F-words almost 8 uses of shit, one use of "Son of a Bitch" one use of the word "God" Name-Calling ex. Crazy


In space, there is a malfunction with the ship, and it becomes intense when one of the crew sacrifices them self to save the rest.

While on Europa, the astronauts are confronted with an unknown lifeform, leading to some very high tension scenes.


Europa Report is not an action film, but imagines how deep space travel may actually occur. However, due to events during the mission, scenes can become very intense.

Younger audiences may not be able to follow the plot line, which involves heavy scientific and technical discussion, and may become frightened during certain scenes. Not recommended for children.

Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action and peril

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