Miranda and Bruce kiss and clutch before it's implied that they have sex (We see them afterwards, mostly covered by blankets). Batman locks lips with Catwoman (who's often seen wearing a skintight costume). 4.7 out of 10.
In the breathtaking opening sequence, Bane kidnaps a nuclear physicist while onboard a plane. Actually, he uses another plane to kidnap the entire aircraft midflight, attaching grappling hooks, upending the vessel and letting the force of the wind rip off its wings and tail. In the midst of the ensuing madness, he kills several guards and then forcibly (and painfully) transfuses the scientist's blood.
Throughout the rest of the story, he and his henchmen shoot people, blow up a football field (while a game is being played) and put Gotham on notice that they control a nuclear bomb that's primed to explode. He's extremely fond of killing foes with a neck-cracking head twist (The camera looks away before necks are broken, but we sometimes hear the snap). He even kills his own henchmen at times.
His battles with Batman are prolonged and epic, featuring punches, kicks, throws and slices. Bane seems to snap Batman's spine at one point, and we later watch someone else ram his dislodged vertebra back into position. It takes Batman months before he can stand again.
When Batman's out of the action, Bane takes over the city, which becomes a place of anarchy. The guilty and innocent alike are assaulted and sometimes sentenced in a mockery of a court: The accused can choose either "death" or "exile," but they're really the same thing—walking across a frozen river until the ice cracks beneath them and they drown (We see one victim so terminated).
Batman, as we know, is not as bloodthirsty. "No guns, no killing," he tells Catwoman. "Where's the fun in that?" she quips. But both beat down their share of folks—through fists, feet and drugged batarangs to the neck. Catwoman kicks someone in the leg with her stiletto heel. She blows up a building. And while Batman may not carry a personal sidearm, his vehicles have firepower enough to blow holes through walls, incapacitate military vehicles and, on at least one occasion, neutralize a person.
Gun battles kill and wound hundreds if not thousands, including police officers. A massive fight/brawl/insurrection breaks out in the streets. Someone dies in an auto accident. A knife is thrust into someone's side, then twisted. 8.2 out of 10.
At least 1 incomplete "f" word and 1 "s" words. We also hear around 11 "hells," 2 "damns," 2 "S.O.B.'s," and 1 use of "bitch," 1 use of "balls" and 1 use of "bastard." Religious exclamations and profanities are include at least: 2 uses of "Jesus" and 1 use of "Goddamn." 4.9 out of 10.
In the comics, Bane is addicted to a substance called "venom," and while that drug isn't named here, he wears a mask that's designed to keep his long-standing pain at bay.
A congressman seems to be drunk. Others drink. 3.5 out of 10.
Conclusion: "The Dark Knight Rises" is a brilliant final chapter to Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, bringing new characters, a great story, amazing visual effects, and fantastic performances. I highly recommend this film and I give it 8.2 out of 10.