brilliant but envelope pushing crime movie has mild violence and harsh language
consider this: The Brothers Bloom is a lesser-known gem. this is a film that has great acting, and intricate but confusing story, and enough laughs to guarantee a younger kid will want to see it. but the violence and VERY strong language make this a better pick for older teens. although the film has little violence and most of it is comical, there are still some bloody scenes. people are shot at, beaten, chased, threatened, but no one really dies until the end. Bloom and Stephen use lots of fake blood, but when Stephen gets shot at the end, the blood is real. there are explosions, one that presumably kills a character. one mans hand is sliced, and guns are shot for target practice. asides for the comical action, there are some brief sexual interactions including rear female nudity and dialogue. the language is quite strong for a PG-13. the F word is used 3 times and can be clearly heard each time (PG-13 films can only use it clearly once and imply it the rest of the time) s**t is said, along with goda**. people also smoke and drink excessively.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking