Big Eyes (I) (2014)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for thematic elements and brief strong language|
Sex & Nudity
- A couple of scenes where we see cleavage ans a young teenager in bikini
- Contains one mild sex reference
- A woman describes a man 'diddling every skirt in the art circuit'.
- One brief kissing scene.
Violence & Gore
- Walter Keane gets drunk on a few occasions and shows his true colors. He fights at a bar (subsequently bashing a "big eye" painting through someone's head), he shatters a glass table and throws lit matches at his family, he attempts to gouge someone's eye out with a fork, and he also threatens to have his wife "whacked" (i.e. killed by hitmen). See also Frightening & Intense Scenes.
- Contains infrequent mild violence
- One brief scuffle in a public place, a woman gets punched accidentally, some other punches are thrown and an image of a man with a painting broken over his head is seen.
- A man tries to stab another man in the eye with a fork but is stopped.
- A man throws lit matches through a keyhole trying to scare his wife, the carpet catches fire.
- Contains one use of strong language
- 'F***' is used once.
- "G**d****" is said twice, "s***" is said a three times, along with other mild expletives.
- The middle finger is shown once in the film.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Contains scenes of alcohol consumption and frequent smoking within a historical context
- Casual drinking at art venues. (Mostly wine but there is plenty of time spent in a bar atmosphere)
- One scene involves an angry man becoming drunk and threatening his family.
- Plenty of smoking scenes throughout the movie.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Contains moderate threat
- A man attempts to burn a woman and child as well as their house. The scene begins with him throwing lighted matches at his wife and her daughter and then, when they shut themselves in a room, he posts the matches through the keyhole, causing the carpet to catch on fire.