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Swordfish

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Our Review
age 17+

Based on 4 kid reviews

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age 15+

Action movie for teens, not tweens

This action film is a very exciting energetic one, which is ofcourse how it's supposed to be. If your teenager loves action films, then this may be a good choice. The only causes for concern are the female nudity and language. Halle Berry's bare breasts are shown in one scene, and in another scene she is shown in nothing but a very revealing bra and thong. Language is also pretty strong, profanity runs the gamut. Also there is one scene where Hugh Jackman is shown with a gun pointed to his head while receiving oral sex from a woman. The violence isn't horrible for an R, it wasn't graphic or even really strong. The main parental worries here are the sexual content/nudity and profanity. You may can find a TV edited version where the language and nudity are cut. If you watch unedited, then I would say that ages 15 and up can handle it.

This title has:

Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 17+

Action thriller flick is way too violent for kids

My rating: R for violence and language
age 17+
age 17+

Language, Disturbing Violence, Shows Halle Berry's Boobs

Lots of language like f--k and s--t, h-ll, a--, d-mn, b-tch, lots of violence, and it shows Halle Berry's boobs, not for kids or hormonal teens.

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing