Kid reviews for Green Room

Common Sense says

Gory, brutally violent, but well-made horror/thriller.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 17+
Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 17+
Based on 5 reviews
Teen, 14 years old Written byrebo344 July 7, 2016

Tense thriller.

Green Room is one of 2016's best. Anton Yelchin gave one hell of a performance along with Imogen Poots and Patrick Stewart. The story is great, I really liked how it all takes place in one location. Grade: A.

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Teen, 17 years old Written byHaithamBayazeed July 4, 2016

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Teen, 16 years old Written byZoeT__ July 22, 2018

Violence done right

The violence is infrequent an sometimes not shown on camera. However, the violence is extremely realistic and detailed, the violence makes the films completely unsuitable for any children and will be terrifying to all younger children. Their are also radical views on display from prof X and very strong language. Apart from that great film.

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Teen, 16 years old Written byTornadosplash44 October 8, 2016

Great spin on a horror/thriller!

Loved this movie and everything about it, although this movie isn't recommended for the faint of heart. The film contains language throughout. Such as f**k, s**t, the "n" word, and some other profanity. The film does have some alcohol and drug use. Patrons at a club drink alcohol. Plus one character has a heroin needle in his arm. Violence is by far the main role is this movie. The violence is extremely brutally gory and graphic, and barely cuts away. For example, a guys hand is severely cut his hand is nearly falling off, or a couple of people have their throats ripped open by attack dogs. Due to the language and the extremely brutal gory violence, this movie is best left to adult audiences.

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Kid, 9 years old June 28, 2016

Gory, disturbingly violent thriller is brilliant and entertaining but shocking and well-made.

This gory and brutally violent horror thriller focus's on a punk band called The Ain't Rights. Bassist Pat, guitarist Sam, drummer Reece, and the singer Tiger, who are all on tour looking for good gigs and some money, but they can't even get enough money for gas, so they steal some. When a gig at a dinner goes wrong, a journalist that works for a radio station gives them a replacement gig at a Portland Club in the woods for white supremacists. After the band preforms a slightly racist, and edgy song that gets the crowd angry ("Nazi Punks F--k Off") they prepare to make a dangerous exit, but when Sam accidentally leaves her phone in a previous room, Pat goes to get it, but witnesses a gory dead body, and a shocking murder. The bandmates soon panic, and realize they're being held in "The Green Room," by some managers. They find out the woman that was murdered had the name of Emily, but Emily's friend, Amber was in the room when it happened, and is still alive. Now, the band is stuck in this room with a bad guy, Amber, and a dead body, but an escape is still possible. They soon realize the facility is being searched by the managers of the building, but the team makes an edgy decision to leave the room, with a gun, and a knife. Suddenly, killings start to happen, and now, it's up to the bandmates, and Amber to get out alive, call the police, and figure out what's really going on here. But then, a sudden change of events greatly impacts their plan, negatively, and now, it's a war. Will the band make it out alive, or will some die? Who are the bad guys here? Why are these people being trapped? Violence 5/5: Extremely strong, gory violence with shooting, stabbing, killer dogs, and much more: Gory, dead bodies with pooling blood and disgusting, decomposing wounds. Two men get into a fight with strangling, and eventually, the man breaking/snapping the other mans arm. A man's stomach is brutally sliced open with a box cutter as blood pools and splatters everywhere. A man's arm is slashed and poked out with a metal stick and his hand/arm nearly falls off as blood splatters everywhere. A man briefly stabs another man in the stomach but it only shows a bleeding, mild wound. A man is shot in the head multiple times with a pistol as blood splatters everywhere for a long time. A man is shot in the face with a huge shotgun as blood spills and pools everywhere, and his brains/guts are shown. A man is stabbed many times in the back as he escapes a building, and blood splatters and he gurgles blood. A man's throat is slit with a box cutter as blood spills out of his gory, bloody wound. A man is shot in the stomach with a shotgun and blood splatters everywhere. A man is shot in the back of the head and stomach multiple times with a pistol, and blood spills everywhere, leaving a gory body visible. A man's throat is slashed with a machete and blood spills everywhere. A woman is shot in the leg with blood spills. A man bites and attacks another man, and his foot is sliced with a vent. A man is mauled by a killer dog and has his throat ripped out as blood splatters everywhere, and his wound is disgusting, and he is killed. A woman's neck is torn out by a killer attack dog as blood spills out, and she gurgles it. Smashing with a blunt object. Gory wounds and injuries throughout. Beating and kicking. Violence against women. Jump-shocks and other disturbing images. Sexual content and nudity 0/5: A character uses the word "sperm," and "jizz," briefly. Language 4/5: Very frequent, strong language includes countless uses of "f--k," "s--t," "motherf--ker," "d--k," "f-----t," and one use of "The N word," as well as a use of "b---h." Drinking and drugs 3/5: Several characters drink in the first half of the movie as well as some getting drunk. A character smokes. Although the violence is extremely strong and gory, as well as not for the faint of heart, it shouldn't stop you from seeing this movie because it's honestly brilliant, entertaining, well-made, and messy, in a good way. My rating:R for strong brutal graphic violence, gory disturbing images, language throughout, and some alcohol use.