The 15:17 to Paris (2018)
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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 on appeal for bloody images, violence, some suggestive material, drug references and language|
Sex & Nudity
- In an Amsterdam nightclub scene, men and women are seen kissing passionately, women in skimpy clothes dance provactively with male counterparts. One stripper dances on a pole.
- The scene described above is about two minutes long.
- In the dance club many of the women are wearing shorts that exposes butt cheeks. The camera focuses on them.
Violence & Gore
- The film contains a scene which depicts an attempted terror attack on a train. The scene depicts the three male protagonists in a scuffle with the perpetrator as they try to stop the latter from harming the passengers on board the train. In the ensuing struggle, the man can be seen slashing one of the male protagonists in the neck, and in his hand with a dagger before he was finally restrained. In the same sequence, a male passenger is shot by the terrorist, resulting in copious blood flow from the wound in his neck. One of the protagonists is seen trying to stem the blood flow by inserting his finger into the wound. The impact of violence is visible in both instances and are accompanied by some bloodletting.
- A man is shot in the back and neck.
- A group of men attack an AK-47 wielding terrorists. scuffle ensues, bodies are thrown around, punched in the face. The terrorist is pummeled in the head with a pistol and his own AK. The terrorist pulls out a knife and cuts one person in the back of the neck and head, blood is seen on him and on his surroundings. The terrorist is choked until unconscious.
- Returning to the shot man, copious amounts of blood is seen pouring from his neck. Someone sticks his finger into the bullet wound, lots of blood on the bodies and floor.
- Bloody and injured bodies are seen being wheeled away from the crime scene in a stretcher and wheelchair.
- Typically harsh language for men in their 20's and for soldiers in training and the field. Though most of it is brief.
- Children are briefly seen swearing. One use of "what the hell" and "you got to be sh*tting me".
- Numerous and repeated swearing throughout the movie.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- During a nightclub scene, everyone is seen drinking mixed drinks and hard alcohol.
- One character smokes at least twice in the film.
- Beer and wine is consumed during dinners, the train ride, and while watching sports at home.
- Marijuana is briefly mentioned.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- It originally got a R Rating But Clint Eastwood Appealed it to get pg-13
- The only frightening and intense seen is the thwarted terrorist attack, which you can read about in the Violence and Gore section.