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Tribal women wear clothing that reveals their midriff

A man comments to a woman that he was hoping to get her alone

Mermaids are seen topless, without detail, from a distance. Hair strategically covers their torso when seen up close.

There is hinting of a romance between two adult characters including what is comically referred to as flirting.

Action scenes and some intense scenes

Based in part during World War II, Bombs are dropped from planes, and there is some aerial dogfighting with fighter planes and a flying galleon

Boys are forced to walk the plank, and fall to their death to the chants of a roaring mob. The impact is not seen

Several action scenes place characters in peril, being chased, falling, or crashing

A man is forced to fight for his life in a comedic one-on-one showdown

Pirates attack a tribal village, people are shot and killed, though when they die they explode in a shower of coloured dust

The Tribal Chief is executed off camera, with a shower of coloured dust

2 uses of hell 1 use of D*mn

Blackbeard appears to use pixie dust as an age defying drug

Children are abducted from their beds by pirates, their appearance, and the mood of this scene may be frightening to younger viewers

A boy is kicked from a ship to fall hundreds of feet to his death in a dramatic scene that might disturb young viewers he does not die, instead he flies

Characters are attacked and chased by huge bird-like creatures, the resulting peril may frighten younger viewers

The forest, in general, is portrayed as creepy at night

A small boat is attacked by a giant crocodile at night in a prolonged, tense, scene in which a main character is dragged into the deep, dark water. He is rescued and survives

Blackbeard is intended to be a scary villain, though, for the most part he isn't that imposing. During a dreamlike sequence, however, he is portrayed as a black cloud with glowing eyes that could frighten young viewers when he kills the main character's mother.

A nun from the orphanage is over-the-top evil, screaming at the children and being generally unpleasant.


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Rated PG for fantasy action violence, language and some thematic material
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