I saw the movie with my 9 year old sister. It was slightly violent with mild flirtly behavior between Jean and Logan. It was a well done movie special effects wise. The H word was mentioned several times. I wish there was more Kitty because she is sooooo awesome.
This is movie that i could probably see when i was 7. Not bad at all. The graphics were from 2000 when i was born so don't expect anything great. A good movie but horrible Graphics that you would expect from a movie made in 2000
10+. Language is okay. Still strong. There is some passionate kissing and a full nude woman walking around. She is mainly covered in scales though. Lots of violence and I'm not so thrilled with the drug usage.
There is Mystique, the blue naked lady with scales (which doesn't really surprise me because a lot of comics and kid cartoons contain close-to-full nude characters). There is a lot of violence. There's swearing. But what was most annoying is that (yeah, the other stuff was irritating and bad, too,but) the whole thing is just one big anti-God, evolution scheme.....
A good movie for young kids with plenty of action and not much swearing, no sex references, no drugs and drinking and no blood or scary scenes. Good for fans of the comics or those who love superheores.
This comic book adaption was slow at first, but picked up as it went. Logan (Wolverine) risked his life to save Marie (Rouge). Though Eric (Magneto) believes that mutants will go to war with humans. Tons of superhero violence. Mystique is a woman who can change shape into other people, but if not is shown in blue scaly skin (naked, although all you can see is outlines). I only recommend kids with large attention spans watch this.
I haven't seen it in a while, but I remember liking it. The violence is equal to the Spider-Man films; it can get brutal, but it's mild compared to most PG-13s. There is some sex, and Mystique (I don't know how to spell her name) is basically naked (she's covered in scales). There is also some mild language and smoking. But it's probably fine for kids 12 and up; iffy for 10-11 year olds.
Like any Marvel, superhero story; there's always a good battle. in this case, that would be the X-Men vs. Magneeto and his henchmen, Mystique and Sabertooth. There is A LOT of violence so strictly follow the rating: 12 or up.
There is definately scary aspects that every parent with any one 11 and down should consider. These include...
1. Rogue takes the life source of people (even mutants) causing them excruciating pain.
2. Storm's eyes get completely white when using her powers.
3. Wolverine stabs Mystique with his claws.
4. Mystique eyes, and body.
5. Wolverine is "un-healed" when he saves Rogue, showing all the effects and wounds the battles would've causing without his healing powers.
I thought it was really suspensful, and it grabbed my attention for most of the movie. It does have a lot of parental content that only really mature kids should probabley be watching. Theres two scenes where things get sexual between two charecters. Theres also a questionable naked blue woman. While her form isn't that detailed it still shows you the shape of everything. There are also some kisses between mutants. There is one teen who smokes a ciggerate in the movie. And Wolverine smokes a cigar frequently as well. Wolverine also drinks beer in the movie.