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There is a scene in which a hologram of a female Twi'lek in a shoulderless dress is seen dancing in Saw Gerrerra's hideout.

There are many combat scenes depicting skirmishes between the Rebel fighters and the Imperial troops, with laser gunfire and explosions peppered throughout the scenes. Despite the number of battle scenes, there is very little portrayal of injury or bloodshed. Many yells, screams, bodies falling or flying through the air.

At least one trooper is seen falling to their death (don't see them land).

A person is shot in the back point blank.

After a battle, a stormtrooper attempts to get up and is shot in the head (helmet) at near point blank range and slumps down again.

Mild spoiler: a parent is shot as her young child watches from a distance.

A man takes aim for a head shot, we see the view through the rifle scope 3 times.

A man's wife dies in his arms, and later a father dies in his daughter arms.

There are also space battle scenes where various spaceships attack one another. We see various fighter pilots in their cockpits yell as their ships explode - very much like episodes 4 and 6.

Major spoiler: all of the main characters die at the end either by rifle fire, explosion, or as a shock wave of energy overtakes them

One scene in which Darth Vader shows up and starts to kills some rebels in a dark allyway onboard a starship its a fast scene but is violent and intense this shows how brutal Darth Vader is.

a man drinks a glass of scotch? and looks at the glass appreciatively.

A mother as she is shot dramatically and you see more blood (on her clothes, charred cloth) than with other deaths in the film

[spoliersAt one point a character is subjected to interrogation by a giant blob like alien with tentacles which could be frightening for younger viewers. He is told he may lose his mind.

Darth Vader force chokes a man, but lets him go. (Similar to episode 4)

All of the main characters die in the movies finale. This can be emotionally upsetting to some viewers. espescialy younger children wanting the good guys to win they would be emotionally upsetting

Darth Vader is fairly brutal in his attack (relative to the movie). Darth Vader is scary and may be to frightining for the first viewing he starts slaughting the rebels and stabbing them A man is impaled from behind by the light saber - only briefly shown.

Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of sci-fi violence and action


MPAA:
Rated PG-13 for extended sequences of sci-fi violence and action

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