Outlaw King (2018)
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|MPAA||Rated R for sequences of brutal war violence, some sexuality, language and brief nudity|
Sex & Nudity
- Breasts of possible prostitutes are seen.
- A woman is dragged into a building with her top pulled off by an enemy soldier, implying rape.
- An extended sex scene between a man and woman. The woman's completely naked top half is clearly seen for most of the scene, breasts clearly visible. The man's nude top half is also seen the camera stopping right before it shows his penis, some pubic hair is visible however. Later the man's entire back and buttocks are shown close up, as the woman grabs his butt cheeks in passion. Passionate kissing, thrusting and moaning goes on until they climax.
- Chris Pine's penis is shown briefly from a distance but due to the distance and some water splashing off of him, we don't see much detail.
- Full frontal male nudity.
Violence & Gore
- A man is hanged by the neck and graphically disemboweled.
- Extremely graphic mideval violence. Men are shot with arrows, impaled with lances, hacked in the face with swords and axes, trampled by horses, disemboweled, two men are thrown into a well with poisoned water, men's throats are graphically sliced in a couple scenes.
- A man has his throat cut. Some of it is offscreen.
- Numerous horses are speared, and the riders are then killed.
- Several battle sequences with graphic blood spurting, impalements, and stabbings. In the final battle sequence dozens of horses and their riders are impaled on spikes.
- 'Fuck', one use of 'cunt', a few of 'bastard(s)'
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Characters are sometimes seen drinking wine or ale.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- A man tries to get information from a woman in an extremely intense scene. He grabs her hair and screams in her face and also threatens her.
- A soldier snags a baby from a woman's arms and swings it against a wall. The baby lets out a wail and then goes still. It all happens in the background and can be seen during a siege, but is heard more than seen.