Parent reviews for The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Common Sense says

age 15+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+

Based on 11 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 70 reviews

age 10+

Good film, it should be okay to watch with older kids and teens.

I watched this movie with my parents when I was only 10 or 11, and honestly there was no 'uncomfortable' scenes or anything like that, the movie itself might be a little long but I personally think it's one of the best movies I've watched, so go for it. (The only thing that might be too much is swearing)

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Too much swearing
age 7+

Great trilogy

Our boys watched the trilogy when they were 8 and 10. They loved all three. I coukdnt believe they sat through them as so long!! It is tame but gripping. To put this in context, our ten yr old found Ghost Busters terrifying after first five minutes so couldnt watch it. But he loved all 9 hours of this trilogy. They are 16 and 14 now and still say these are some of their favourite films. Really not violent at all by today's standards. The rude words made them giggle at times but this is not offensive language by today's standards. To put this in context both boys still refuse to watch Blazing Saddles as they do not find the racially offensive language acceptable. This was considered irony when I was younger but the boys turned Blazing Saddles off after five minutes. Anyway, thoroughly recommend this trilogy! Some kids might find it slow and long. But it's safe.
age 11+

Great movie!! But depending on the age

best movie ever there is hanging by the neck lots of violence smoking no drugs and some characters say mild cursed words.

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Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 7+
Stop squinting your eyes

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Great messages
Great role models
age 16+

Probably the best Western movie ever made!

It was gritty back then and it is still gritty today! There is tons of violence/shootouts and countless of casualties throughout this film. There was a brutal scene. One of the main character was being tortured and beaten, huge amounts of blood was coming out of his mouth. This movie also contains lots of swearing, such as h*ll, d*mn, b**tard , b***, and one use of Bulls***. And as for drugs and alcohol... Well come on, it's a western! There's hardly a moment without some type of cigarette being used. But there are no nudity scenes. The Good the Bad and the Ugly was controversial back in the 1960s, and still even today it would still hold an R rating!

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Too much violence
Too much swearing
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking
age 13+
age 13+

A classic western

It's a little violent but not too bad. I feel like it needs a PG-13 rating instead of an R rating. I think anyone 13 can handle it
age 13+

Would be a moderate PG-13 today

This is a classic, wonderful film and I have no doubt that if it were released today it would be PG-13 and it wouldn't even challenge for an R. Many of the Super Hero genre movies are much more violent, contain much more mature content.
age 10+

Classic movie

This movie is good just a bit violent

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Too much violence
age 15+

Great adult film

I'll keep it brief because the movie should speak for itself. It's well acted, well filmed, well directed, and well written. The score is awesome and classic. WARNINGS: There is a scene with male rear nudity, several "b" words in one scene, and several shootings, sometimes bloody. A good look at old-fashioned fortune hunters.

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Too much violence