Parent reviews for Unbreakable

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Common Sense says

age 13+

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Parents say

age 13+

Based on 9 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 38 reviews

age 13+
age 8+

Good

So Good

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Great messages
age 12+

The best superhero film and and one of the best films ever

It is an emotional film with powerful scenes and amazing directing, Has some of the best characters of all time like Mr Glass or his real name Elijah Price or David Dun, Slow but good slow amazing action scenes, Only given 3 films 10/10 and this is one of them

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Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
age 15+

Intense, disturbing, and brilliant!

This is an mazing movie! Definitely one of few M. Night movies that worked! I love the realism of this superhero story. It was gritty, dark, and had an awesome twist in the end. I wish they had shown more action, though. They left a lot off-screen. parents: This is a brutal movie; there's rape, murder, drug dealing, threatening, fighting, and many disturbing plot themes. There's also sexuality and language. Bottom Line: An excellent thriller for any movie fan. Thanks for reading! - Movie Man

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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 12+

Another M Night hit

As an M Night fan, I did enjoy this. Bruce Willis did an amazing job as a simple, but actually larger-than-life character. I loved the usual M Night twist at the end. I was disturbed with some of the scenes, including where a man has apparently killed the parents of two children who save Bruce Willis.

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Too much violence
Too much sex
Great role models
age 15+

Brilliant Thriller!

This is one of teh best thrillers to date and it holds one of the best endings/twists ever. It blew me away!

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Too much violence
age 13+

Cult Classic

One of the best movies I have ever seen
not rated for age

Disturbing hostage scene

This movie had great depth in showing the good/bad choices we make, how we use our talents and how things were 'meant to be'. However, I found the misuse of Christ's name offensive and was very disturbed by the scene which showed a family that was kept hostage and killed/abused by their captor. Also, I was never really quite sure about the purpose behind including a scene where the main character decides to slip off his wedding band near the beginning of the film. As a mentor for a confirmation class (13-14 year-olds) at our church, I was surprized this movie was recommended in Focus on the Family's "Movie nights". This movie should be reserved for older teens only.
not rated for age

A GREAT FILM 13 AND OLDER

Great A MUST SEE!