Avengers: Age of Ultron
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This movie contains some intense, highly destructive action sequences, in which there are a huge amount of implied, mostly off-screen deaths and injuries. People fleeing for their lives are seen throughout the film. Nothing less or more than expected in a superhero movie.

An image is shown on Iron Man's phone of a man with his head crushed and with a message written on the wall behind him (in blood, implied). This is very brief and as it is only an image it's not very disturbing.

A character's arm is cut off by the main villain (We partially see the stump, but its not shown clearly. We do hear blood spilling, it is very audible, and adds to the disturbance).

Many HYDRA soldiers are shot by Iron Man, and are seen clinging to their legs (no blood, just pain).

A main character's torso is injured by a weapon. He is taken to a medical lab, where a futuristic machine regenerates his tissue (we see the bloody wound twice: once before medical attention, and once where the machine is regenerating tissue, as we see flesh regenerating).

Many robots are shot with an arrow (While this happens, electricity sparks).

A character is struck in the head with an arrow that gives an electrical shock to her brain (another character comes and saves her). Skin, skull are not pierced, no blood or gore.

Two main characters fight for a prolonged time. They both throw several punches and kicks at each other. At one point, one of them punches the other's tooth out.

A main character is shown being electrocuted on three different occasions.

A main character has a memory of a party where two German officials are fighting (Very brief).

A small innocent looking robot who is trying to make friends with a main character is smashed into pieces. It is a very violent and disturbing scene.

5 uses of "Ass", 1 use of "shit", 3 uses of "damn", 2 uses of "hell", 1 use each of "pissed off", "son of a bitch" , "dick" and "bastard".

At a party, a main character is seen drinking a rare type of alcohol while talking to a group of elderly men. One of the men asks for a drink and later, we see him drunk. (Meant for laughs.)

All the main characters get very tipsy at the party and are later seen hanging out and being silly.

There is a large number of anonymous, implied deaths and injuries (mostly off-screen) throughout the film.

Ultron may be threatening and frightening to some viewers and can seem to be very intense and frightening.

A character's death might be intense for some viewers. The reaction given by another character is very emotional, and may depress viewers.

A main character has a nightmare of him finding The Avengers dead in a cave. We briefly see them lying on the floor dead, Captain America has a large blood stain on his shirt and some nosebleed. Bit scary.

Black Widow's memory of the institution that taught her to be an assassin can be disturbing to watch as she is in distress throughout. We briefly see her shooting a man off-screen as a kid.

Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi action, violence and destruction, and for some suggestive comments.

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