An enjoyable movie with some violence
I'm in some mixed emotions about this. I went to this movie with my 8 and 10 year olds, and we all enjoyed it, but I felt uncomfortable with my kids seeing the level of violence in some of the action scenes, which is why I set the age to 13 and up. There aren't a lot of these scenes, and not much gore, but there are stabbings, a beheading, some blood, and some disturbing visuals. Which shows the danger of blindly going to see a movie (Common Sense Media had no reviews of it). Note that the movie doesn't directly show things like the beheading, but the head is shown rolling and the body without it, and so on.
On the flip side, all the major characters (except the villain, of course) are good, sympathetic people, and the vast majority of supporting characters are too. To me the movie did speak well of trust, caring, doing what's right, redemption, and so on.
I felt that in general, apart from the violence, it was a really positive movie. So I feel that I can wholeheartedly recommend the movie to older children. From 13+, I'm not sure if I'd mark 'too much violence', but I still marked that because I didn't feel comfortable with it for my kids. But as I said, they enjoyed the movie, so it may be that it was okay for them or passed over their heads.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness