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

Sex & Nudity

  • Shirtless shots of various male characters, particularly Superman, Aquaman and Cyborg; a couple of scenes of a reunited couple kissing/embracing. Mentions of Wonder Woman's beauty/attractiveness.
  • Wonder woman wears a low cut blouse in one scene showing a fair amount of cleavage, though its not really a close up scene.
  • Scantily-clad Amazon women seen in Wonder Woman's island home, though no nudity.
  • In one scene there is a picture on the wall of a naked man including genitalia.
  • During a melee, The Flash finds himself on top of Wonder Woman, but swiftly gets up before she realizes he was even on her.
  • When Batman tells Alfred that he's interested in Wonder Woman's "skill set," Alfred turns it into a double entendre: "I bet you are," he says.
  • We see women in revealing outfits and a guy go shirtless.

Violence & Gore

  • There are many fight scenes with the main antagonist who cuts through many warriors with his ax. His minions attack anything and everything they see. There is not really any blood shown, and the most violent attacks are cut short - no one is seen dying really.
  • Many soldiers are chopped down, some crushed under heavy objects, thrown far distances, super-punched, one is crushed under a horse, some fall to their death, head butted and the like.
  • There's a moderate amount of shooting, both with bullets and laser weapons. all the dieing is off screen / implied. One security guard is shot in the back (also off screen)
  • A woman hostage's neck is broken off screen we hear the distinct sound and her body dropped to the ground in the background.
  • Count all the unseen-but-presumed casualties in Man of Steel and you might have a six-figure body count.
  • Casualties here are much lower.
  • We do see several Amazon warriors (living on Wonder Woman's all-female island home) fall to a Steppenwolf invasion; they sacrifice themselves to try to prevent one of the mysterious cubes from falling into his hands.
  • We only see one of them actually in the clutches of death, though, a warrior lying with her dead horse.
  • The Amazonian queen walks over to mourn her. Some Atlanteans (the underwater people that Aquaman is apart of) succumb to Steppenwolf's fearsome onslaught, too, and we see a couple of their bodies.
  • Dozens, perhaps hundreds, are shot, stabbed and severed; several are seemingly cut in half.
  • One (as detailed in the intro) self-destructs.
  • The parademons also carry off a hollering victim whom, it's insinuated, is being eaten.
  • Superman awakens from death in a super-foul mood
  • When Victor's cyborg arm engages automatically and takes a pot shot at Supes, the recently dead superhero takes on the rest of the Justice League singlehandedly-throwing people against walls and cars, exchanging head-butts with Wonder Woman and nearly choking Batman to death.
  • Bombs explode.
  • Bullets are deflected.
  • Cars are strafed with heat rays.
  • Superheroes are roughly handled elsewhere, being thrown about and crushed and tripped and nearly blown up.
  • Victor (also known as Cyborg) has his mechanical shoulder cut into and his robotic leg ripped off.
  • Several heroes groan in pain, and Batman sports some pretty bad bruises on his briefly exposed midsection.
  • "You can't do this forever," Wonder Woman tells him. "I can barely do it now," Batman says with a grimace.


  • One barely audible utter of "fuck". Other profanities including "shit", "asshole", "damn", "bitch", "Jesus".
  • Three s-words and a peppering of other profanities, including "a--," "b--ch," "d--n" and "h---."
  • God's name is misused once, and Jesus' name is abused twice.
  • During a television interview, a woman spouts off several presumed profanities that are bleeped in the telecast.
  • From context, we can assume that at least two of the censored vulgarities were f-words.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Adults drink in pubs and alone. Aquaman downs a bottle of liquor and then throws it into the sea. Bruce and Diana have a drink together.
  • Batman's alter ego, Bruce Wayne, quaffs some whiskey.
  • Aquaman drains a bottle of booze dry.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The main antagonist is a devil looking character, not really that scary though in the end
  • A bank and all its occupants are taken hostage, including women and school children, and their lives are threatened in a tense scene
  • A warrior is shown transforming into one of Steppenwolf's haords could be frightening for very young viewers.
  • The Flash appears to vomit at the sight of parademon blood. (They resemble insects to him, and he has a serious problem with insects.)


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Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Probably the most disturbing part of the movie is the enemy tears cyborg's leg off, though it is assumed, and later shown that it reconnects itself to his body.
  • When Superman comes back he is confused and begins fighting his friends - may be disturbing for very young viewers
  • The antagonist's minions can be quite frightening for some viewers, especially when they attack a family in the area they have taken over.

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