Batman: The Killing Joke
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Batman and Batgirl have sex on the roof. Nothing explicit is shown.

Commissioner Gordon is stripped naked and put on a ghost train, no detailed nudity is shown.

The Joker shows the photos of the naked Barbara Gordon to her father. No breasts are shown.

Some sexual references.


A woman is shot in the stomach by The Joker, blood is shown shooting out. As a result, she is permanently paralyzed. She is later sitting in the wheelchair, donning her new persona known as The Oracle.

A man is shot in the head and blood sprays out by several men. This was shown two times.

Batgirl punches a man repeatedly in the face, her hand then has blood on it.

Some mild action fight sequences throughout.

The final fight ends as The Joker fires the gun only to find it not working.


The following profanity is used: Hell, damn, ass, one use of 'bitch', one use of 'Goddamn', and about two uses of 'Jesus'.

Some drinking & smoking in a bar scene

This is the darkest animated Batman movies ever made.

A man is stripped naked and forced onto a hellish ghost train ride to send him mad. No detailed nudity is shown.

Joker's presence and transformation is disturbing and scary.

Rated R for disturbing content and some bloody images.

Rated R for some bloody images and disturbing content
Argentina:16 / Australia:MA15+ / Canada:PG (British Columbia) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Chile:TE+7 / Finland:K-16 / Germany:16 / Ireland:15 (DVD/Blu-Ray rating) / Mexico:B-15 / Netherlands:6 / Norway:15 / Poland:18 / Singapore:PG13 / Singapore:NC16 (VOD) (iTunes) / South Korea:15 / Sweden:11 / Taiwan:R-15 / UK:15 / USA:R (certificate #50420)

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