This is a really good movie. It won't go down in the annals of magnificent cinema, but it's very good and definitely worth your money. I know, I'm a little biased because this movie is overwhelmingly pro-Christian, but no matter your faith, there's still plenty here for you. Content then. The violence is somewhat comic-book esque, but It's still quite graphic. There are plenty of sliced torsos, stabbings, shootings, explosions, limb removals, and a couple of decapitations. Since it falls right in between sex and violence, I'll mention the rape here. There are a few scenes in which rape is implied. For instance, a motorcycle gang shoots a man in the head and then drag a woman away, pushing her around. Rape is presumably eminent. Solara is dragged into the inside of a large pipe by two bandits and it looks as if she is about to be raped until Eli kills both of the bandits. There is no actual intercourse seen, but sex is lightly alluded to. Carnegie orders Solara to have sex with Eli, but Eli refuses to do it. Carnegie also makes reference to prostitution when, in return for a bottle of shampoo, he tells gang members to go "Get some p***y." The language is not as foul as in some R rated features. Average uses of f**k, the aforementioned use of p***y, and maybe a few others. Consumerism is rampant throughout the entire film. Busch and KFC just to name two. Now for the good stuff. The messages are both positive Christian messages, honor in general, and the value of reading and learning. Eli is a great role model as he refuses to have sex with prostitutes, drink, or swear. He is also an honorable man, although he brutally murders people, he doesn't kill anyone who doesn't attack or threaten him first. Solara starts off a gimpy, helpless, sexist portrayal of a woman, but you see her grow through the movie until the end where she's just as strong as Eli was.