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MPAA Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments

Sex & Nudity

  • At the end of the movie, Tony Stark kisses his fiancee.
  • Peter has a serious crush on Liz, and she seems to return his affections.
  • When they go to a homecoming dance together, Liz's father tells Peter to have a good time-but not too good a time.
  • We see Liz and other high schoolers in bathing suits.
  • She and her friends play a conversational game of "F, Marry, Kill" (with the "F" standing for an obvious profanity used in a sexual context), regarding which superhero they'd like to do each of those things to or with.
  • When Ned gets caught by a teacher in the computer lab (where he's secretly helping Peter), Ned lies and tells the teacher that he's looking at porn.
  • One of Peter's classmates mocks him by calling him "penis Parker" instead. (At a party, several revelers chant that modified moniker as well.)
  • Tony makes a rather suggestive comment about Peter's Aunt May, and a delicatessen owner refers to her as a "very hot Italian woman."
  • Aunt May can dress rather alluringly at times.
  • A couple kisses.
  • A teenage girl playing "F, Marry, Kill" with her friends says that she would "F Thor."
  • Peter is repeatedly called "Penis Parker" by a bully. At one point, people chant it at a party.

Violence & Gore

  • I think only one person dies in Homecoming, and that apparently by accident.
  • Toomes points a futuristic weapon and vaporizes one of his henchmen, and the villain seems quite surprised that the weapon wasn't the antigravity gun he was anticipating.
  • But Toomes repeatedly says he'd like to kill Spider-Man, and he does his upmost to make that happen.
  • As mentioned, Peter doesn't want to terminate anybody, even repeatedly telling his interactive, Stark-built suit to turn off its "kill" mode.
  • But Peter does use his webs to thwack people with various hard implements he fashions, and he occasionally resorts to fisticuffs, too.
  • Peter momentarily stifles a gun with a great deal of webbing (unsuccessfully); holds on for dear life to the back of a car with another person (his body skids into various barriers and brick-encrusted mailboxes); and falls from a pretty big height when his web doesn't stick as intended.
  • There's also a huge fight on an airplane-literally on the top, bottom and side of the plane-that looks like it'd be pretty painful.
  • Peter's knocked unconscious in the back of a truck.
  • He's beaten badly by a nemesis, and we see that a bit of blood trickles from his bruised face.
  • A teacher, whose students experienced a brush with death, tells a television interview that he "couldn't stand to lose a student. Again."
  • A character gets disintegrated by a piece of alien weaponry. We find out moments later it was an accident.


  • At one point, a girl says "and for me it would be "F" Thor, marry Iron Man and kill Hulk".
  • Someone utters an incomplete f-word, and we hear a couple of other stand-ins for it ("frigging," "freaking") as well.
  • At least three s-words are used, along with "a--," "b--tard," "d--n" "h---" and "crap."
  • God's name is misused a dozen or so times.
  • We see one crude hand gesture.
  • We hear the crude phrase, "You screwed the pooch hard," and some joking banter about it.
  • One incomplete use of "fuck", other minor profanities, used infrequently, like "shit", "damn", "bastard", "bitch".
  • Middle finger, as an insult, is used once.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • A teen party features some red Solo cups; it's unclear whether there's alcohol in them.
  • Aunt May has a glass of beer at a restaurant.
  • Other bottles of beer are seen.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The vulture can be seen as a frightening creature or villain to the audience.


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Violence & Gore

  • Spider-Man is given a fairly savage beating by the Vulture near the end of the film, but this only lasts for a couple of seconds. However, a building is dropped on Spider-Man, and some blood is shown.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • In two separates scenes, people are trapped in an elevator that is about to fall, and a ferry boat with passengers is split in half. In both cases, everyone escapes unharmed with the later achieved with Iron Man arriving to assist Spider-Man.
  • At one point in the movie a character is crushed underneath rubble and screams out in distress. However, given that this is Spider-Man, he gathers himself, both physically and spiritually, and uses his super-strength to lift the rubble and throw it off of himself with considerable effort.

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