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MPAA Rated PG-13 for violence, brief language, some sexuality and drug content

Sex & Nudity

  • In a brief scene, a woman accuses her mate of cheating on her "with that ho"
  • When a character thinks another character can read minds and detect misdeeds, he says "All that stuff you see between me and my female cousin is just thoughts! Just thoughts!"
  • A character briefly describes being in prison and alludes to sexual abuse by a large prisoner who called him "Nancy." Nothing graphic is described.
  • A young character's future is foretold as "going to college, making love to his girlfriend, and getting married" (in addition to other events).
  • An early scene in the movie involves two people having an affair, with a lot of flirting and sexual banter building up to sex. They move through the house and end up partially clothed on a bed. They are interrupted and no nudity is seen.
  • While spider-bots are going through apartments looking for the main character, a couple is seen in bed without clothes having sex. Sexual moans are heard and there is motion shown. No actual nudity seen due to the placement of sheets and objects. ~1h15min
  • The film includes a virtual reality club, and one room shows a woman from behind wearing a thong having sex with the fully-dressed client (who is wearing VR goggles). The scene is brief but includes motion and moaning. The host also makes comments about clients "wanting to experience sex as a woman" and "get laid by a celebrity."

Violence & Gore

  • Quick flashes of future murders are shown quite frequently near the beginning. In the most graphic, a man shoves scissors into a woman's chest, drawing blood; blood is also seen in the water of a bathtub. Other deaths include strangulation, drowning, and shooting - all of the murders are very brief and obscured.
  • A man has his eyes replaced. A nasty-looking metal device holds his eyelids wide open, but the actual surgery is off-screen. We do, however, see a pair of bloody eyeballs in a bag a few times (they are shown for an extended period in one scene, as they are carried around to activate security scanners).
  • Two men shoot themselves bloodlessly in the torso on different occasions. One man gets shot in the chest and blood spreads all over his shirt before he's shot in the head offscreen.
  • A man with no eyes is shown (we see his empty eye sockets and some of the insides of his head, but the lighting is fairly dark).


  • One use of the middle finger.
  • One f-bomb is used. A few instances of "s**t", "damn" and "hell." 1 g**d***

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • John is addicted to a futuristic drug called neuroin, which he takes from an inhaler in a couple scenes.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The beginning murder that is shown in the vision is very realistic looking and intense.
  • There are several scenes involving detached eyeballs being handled or people with grotesque holes where their eyeballs would be. In one particular scene, we see the buildup to a character having their eyeballs removed with a machine. After the machine is mounted to the face and the eyelids are pried open, the actually eye removal act is not shown. The scene may be unsettling for young people (complete with eerie music, creepy characters, disturbing setting, etc).
  • The movie contains some nasty scenes
  • A few massive jump scares


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A young boy is kidnapped during a fun family event that suddenly turns very intense, and later the dumping of his body is described in some detail.

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