Language was briefly strong- one F--k, one middle finger. Everything else expectable.
Violence was a "biggy." There are EXTREMELY intense scenes of mass destruction that may distress viewers. You hear screams of innocent people, and that kind of got to me. A main character is crushed between some malfunctioning gears (brains and guts are not shown, we hear screaming and he disappears) and a main-ish character has his leg crushed between the gears. (he survives)
Brief consumerism, as we see some popular children's cereal in a grocery store. (not big at ALL, but it can be consumerism!)
There is a little drinking.
No sex scenes, but there's some kissing, a plastic surgeon who works on breasts, (briefly mentioned) and a man says to a woman, "let's make a baby" and the woman reacts sarcastically. They don't actually make one, of course. Not even offscreen.
There is one part that I really felt horrible watching. (I'm catholic, and this scene involves that.) People are praying with the pope, and the sistine chapel breaks down and crushes everyone. I thought this was blasphemy for a moment, but it was really just showing how everyone was affected by this.
God stated (biblically, not in this film) that he would never flood the world again. This movie has a nearly full flood again. Still, this film relates to the bible in some ways.
The "gear" scene mentioned earlier made me feel kind of gross, and the movie was very sad. Still, it was well done, and the acting was great. If you are a mature ten year old, you can handle it, but otherwise, I recommend waiting until you're around 12-13. Okay?