A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
Themes include self-control, self-doubt, courage, and sacrifice.
Positive Role Models
Tristan is kind and compassionate, he uses his powers to heal the wounds of the injured. He is also courageous and willing to fight to protect his family and innocents under attack.
The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh is a Japanese movie set in a fictional Britannia from Arthurian legend. The cast is made up of male and female characters from various races which humans, giants, fairies, etc.
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Violence & Scariness
Fantasy violence includes, fighting, use of weapons, explosions, blood, and gore. Characters fight with various medieval weapons. One character gets slashed above their eye and blood sprays on the ground. A bloody giant is shown getting stabbed in the shoulder with a spear. A creature gets shot through the neck with an arrow. A monster gets a big hole blown through its chest. Scary images include frightening creatures and demons.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
There are a few sexual references. One scene shows a man and women in bed together kissing. The man is shirtless, but nothing is shown. One character wears revealing dresses that show a lot of cleavage. There is a nude woman briefly shown in a flashback.
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Language includes "idiot," "stupid," and "hell."
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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
An adult character is seen drinking alcohol from a large wooden barrel during a dinner scene.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh is the first part of a two-parter movie based on the popular The Seven Deadly Sins anime and manga series. The movie centers around a young prince and his quest to save his mother. Expect to see fantasy violence including fighting, use of weapons, explosions, blood, and gore. Characters fight against monsters and demons with various medieval weapons. There are a few sexual references. A man and woman lie in bed together and kiss. A woman wears revealing clothing that shows a lot of cleavage. Language includes "idiot," "stupid," and "hell." One adult character appears to be drinking alcohol out of a large wooden barrel. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
This action adventure is best for fans of the original show otherwise viewers may be left confused. The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh is a movie follow up to the popular The Seven Deadly Sins series. Set 14 years after the end of the original anime, this movie is a companion piece that continues from an already well-established lore and setting. Characters, settings, abilities, and even the villain's motive for revenge all require a prior knowledge of the series. As a standalone film, however, viewers may enjoy some of the action sequences and positive messages, since Prince Tristan often exhibits the ideals of compassion and heroism. Overall, The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge of Edinburgh is best left to the fans of the long-running anime series.
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