Epic horror movie with no stops at violence
It’s difficult to tell whether an R movie will be appropriate for most, but based on the violence and language and that it is R, I give it 14 and up. This movie actually takes out the whole sex component with nothing in it(as you might have seen on this site) which I think is really cool. For parents that are worried about it being “too much”, I will give you the heads up that because the man is invisible, there’s a lot of violence that looks terrible. Two throats get slit which are shown on camera. One person is beat half way to death with the camera directly at his face the whole time so he really looks dead(this is while the daughter is watching from the side because she already got hit). Multiple police are killed in killings that make it look like they killed themselves, and it does mention that someone had been abused even though they never show it on camera. There is fierce language throughout the movie. I will say that yes this is more on the violent side, and it did deserve the R rating, but overall there is worse. I think if you don’t have an issue with your teen seeing the violence and hearing the language, that this might be the best T movie to start out with. It did get a little slow as well because she is wandering trying to find someone that’s invisible, so it may get a little boring.