Movie review by Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 14+

Compelling concept, so-so execution; disturbing scenes.

PG-13 2021 108 minutes

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age 11+

Based on 13 reviews

Kids say

age 13+

Based on 34 reviews

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age 10+

Another great movie that makes us think from M. Knight Shyamalan

Great movie. Reinforced values of working together, staying together, learning together. Definitely had subtle theme of "life happens fast" and "be in the now and get priorities straight". Conception is implied but no sex in movie. One character admits marital indiscretion with regret. Couple reunites. Scenes to avoid or fast fwd through with kids = Surgery scene only involes 1 cut with scalpel then skin immediately heels. We told kids to look away. Climber falls and dies in a predictable nongory fashion. Watch for Doctor character to swipe back his scalpel in the dark as he soon stabs the hip hop start to death. Not shown close up, just implied. The real2 things to watch most for is when the brother and sister enter the cave--the lady in there breaks bones and they heal fast backwards--will scare kids. It's meant to be creepy. Soon after that watch for Prisca to slash the doctor with a rusty knife and tetanus sets in aggressively at warp speed in a dramatized scary way.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
3 people found this helpful.
age 16+
Such a great movie, yet so so disturbing. Nothing technically wrong with it, (nudity sex drugs etc,) yet it it so disturbing. Please do not show it to your younger kids.

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