Ancient Roman pre-Christian setting involves references to polytheistic practices and sacrifices to the gods; gladitorial battles could be imitated by younger children.
|PROFANITY: (View Profanity)|
The S-word is spoken 1 time. There is 1 other profanity spoken.
|SEX & NUDITY:|
No explicit nudity or sexuality; dialogue in which a brother refers to having an incestuous sexual relationship with his sister; dialogue in which a character describes a woman being raped.
Graphic violence in extended 7 minute battle scene involving characters impaled on spears, shot with burning arrows, decapitated, and stabbed; scene of character battling and killing several soldiers; a character suffocates his father; character uses a sharp object to remove a tattoo from himself; gladitorial match involving several characters beaten to death, stabbed, hacked or dismembered; second gladitorial match involving similar violent scenes; gladitorial contest involving a character being attacked by tigers, including killing a tiger; character is hanged then shot with arrows; character is stabbed in the back; one-on-one swordfight between two characters in which one of them is killed.
|DRUGS & ALCOHOL:|
Scene of characters drinking wine while watching a gladitorial contest.
Violent war and gladitorial scenes as described in "Violence" above; attempted escape sequence.
Some humorous dialogue between characters about a soured business transaction; exaggerated scene of a character pretending to be poisoned; humorous scene of a character expressing frustration at the failure of his plans
Spectacular digital effects re-creating buildings and crowd scenes in ancient Rome.
Battle scenes include severed heads, arterial blood squirting and other frequent bloodshed.
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