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‘The Legend of Tarzan': Points for parents

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Points for parents

  • Violence: A man is attacked by a band of gorillas and is no longer seen in the film. Soldiers shoot natives after a spear is thrown at them. Native tribesmen attack soldiers and kill many. Men capture Tarzan and tie him up. The group also shoots the chief and takes men to sell as slaves. The same set of men set fire to the village and kidnap Jane. A man is shown slaughtering birds on the deck of a boat. Tarzan must fight a gorilla to rejoin the band. Gorillas are shot by men, and men are attacked by gorillas. A hippopotamus chases after people in a river. A herd of wildebeests stampedes through a town. A man uses rosary beads as a weapon. A machine gun is used to shoot a boat. A boat explodes on the water.
  • Nudity/sensuality: A child is naked on the ground in the fetal position. A husband and wife are kissing in bed then are sleeping seemingly nude.
  • Language: There are only a few uses of profanity.

Shawn O'Neill is the Family Man Movie Reviewer. His reviews are at familymanmovieblog.blogspot.com.