Movie review by Tara McNamara, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Revenge actioner is extremely violent; guns, drugs, cursing.

R 2021 92 minutes

Parents say

age 15+

Based on 5 reviews

Kids say

age 14+

Based on 26 reviews

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age 13+

Creative and intense revenge story has graphic violence and language

Nobody is simply a crazy violent and wicked movie. After the 30 minute mark it’s revenge and violence, and that’s how it is. VIOLENCE: Armed robbers aim unloaded guns before one of them punches a boy in the face. On a bus, several people have a brutal and bloody hand to hand fight. This includes bashing of heads against multiple deferent areas of the bus, slicing with knives, cutting with environments, brutal bashes and punches, a man is hung by his neck with a purse, a man is thrown through a window, smashed through glass, and most of these things happen repeatedly and all have bloody results including splatter, spray and gory injury. After this, a mans throat is slowly sliced open before he has a straw lodged inside the open wound. He is shown breathing from the straw. In a house attack, countless men are shot, stabbed, bludgeoned and impaled repeatedly spraying and splattering blood all over the walls. Gory dead bodies and wounds shown. A man breaks his finger to escape cuffs. A car crashes, and a man is shown with a knife in his head afterwards before another man slowly bleeds out. Bloody and gory wound briefly shown. Countless men are violently shot and killed in a slow motion montage splattering blood everywhere before a building is burned down. During the climax, countless people are killed with brutal methods including stabbing, shooting, punching, smashing and more are used to kill men. Along with this traps are set up everywhere to kill them in even more brutal ways such as explosions, nail bombs etc. along with the use of a claymore. Brutal and gory. Overall the violence is extremely bloody and gory while also appearing in fast paced action sequences which can be related to John Wick and even a more adult version of Home Alone. LANGUAGE: Around 38 uses of “f*ck” and “motherf*cker” along with use of other milder swears. DRUG USE: Little to none. Brief cocaine use however it is extremely hard to see.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing
age 18+

This title has:

Great role models
Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking

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