I bet there are so many young kids that want to see this movie. They might think that it looks "awesome" and stuff. But parents, this movie is not for little kids. Even though Transformers is a toy developed by Hasbro. Most of you probably know that it is not for kids already because of the first two films. But just in case. With the movie being rated PG-13, it is definetely for teens and adults only. Expect tons of violence, human deaths, "robo-blood", swearing, sexual jokes and innuendo. Here is what you need to know. The movie is packed with tons of violence. Explosions, intense robot combat, and a scene of dead human bodies. In fact, it is so violent, that it makes the first two films look appropriate for 5 year olds. Swearing is a regular thing in this movie. On top of that, there are many sexual jokes and a very sensual scene at the beginning where you can see "Carly in her underwear, reveiling a tiny bit of her buttocks. It was actually pretty hilarious because almost everyone in the theater started saying "Whoa!" Anyway, after that "Carly" gets in Sam's bed and they hug. They kiss a few times too. There is also a scene where a guy gets in a bathroom stall with Sam. Then he starts taking off his pants. But NOT for the dirty reason! Later another guy sees them coming out of the stall together, probably thinking that they were having sex. In conclusion, I rate this movie on for 14 and up!