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Common Sense says

age 15+

Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 14+

Based on 10 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 27 reviews

age 10+

Great movie!

There was nothing wrong with the movie there was no breif nudity there was very little I thought it was great!

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Great messages
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age 12+
age 12+
age 15+

Beware

Flashbacks of his wife in the shower and inappropriate scenes. Watched this with my younger brothers and had to skip a lot of sences.

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Too much sex
age 13+

It was ok

Just not that good in my opinion.

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Too much violence
Too much sex
age 14+

Just fine

This film is ok, but it has some violence and some sex scenes too. It also has some mild swearing and there are brief scenes of blood. I thought the film was ok, but it gets a little boring at some points. Liam Neeson is one of my favourite actors.

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Too much violence
Too much sex
Too much swearing
age 12+

Smart but complicated Liam Neeson actioner

Parents need to know that Unknown is a Liam Neeson actioner were a character Dr. Martin Harris (Liam Neeson) is in Berlin with his wife and he gets in a car crash while his wife is checking in the hotel. When Martin wakes up from a 4 day coma he doesn’t remember everything and only remembers a couple moments of his life before the car crash and then he finds his wife and she doesn’t remember him and someone else’s claims he is Martin Harris so the real Martin Harris needs to find out what is the real truth and who these people really are. There is definitely some intense violence in between including guns, hand to hand combat (generally both in the fight scenes) car chases, knives, violent threats, bombs, explosions, and more, some blood is shown and a comic book style fight scenes at the end shows lots of blood flying off like a comic book and two people are bloodied and someone gets stabbed by mirror glass with blood. While there are breaks of action scenes for some of the time, the suspense and way of talking keeps the audience questioned and might be scary for some viewers and every scene is pretty intense (not just the action but the talking and sequences and suspense). There are some intense flashbacks of a 3 second scene of two people making out in the shower repeated throughout the film as a flashback and some less inappropriate kissing too. There is some language with infrequent uses of s**t, b***h, a** damn, goddamn, hell, and more. This film is really good once you know the actual plot but it gets really complicated at times, but if the audi
age 14+

Entertaining with a really good, unexpected twist

This is another Neeson movie which works well and the twist later on is totally unexpected and will catch you off guard.

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Great messages
Too much violence
Too much sex
age 12+

About average for Liam Neeson

Unknown is about a man who gets into a car crash and wakes up from a coma with his wife married to someone who claims to be him. Unknown has just as much action, sex, language and drinking as an average "Neeson thriller" There is however a good twist within the story.
age 10+

Awesome

Pure awesomness!

This title has:

Too much violence
Too much swearing