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MPAA Rated R for violence, language and drug content

Sex & Nudity

  • Woman and child in a hot tub, woman shows breast
  • Women in lingerie and underwear brief showing of buttocks and breasts. No male nudity, however.
  • Woman with just a bath towel on comes out from one of the cupboards. No nudity.
  • No male nudity in scene showing women in lingerie and bikinis and revealing breasts and buttocks.
  • While there is some female nudity in this movie, no male nudity is shown.
  • There are about three mild sexual references.

Violence & Gore

  • A character who is pregnant is stabbed to death. Very graphic.
  • Violent fight sequences with knives, swords and various other melee weapons involving many people. Scenes are infrequent.
  • A couple of characters are shot; one is shot on-screen, and the other is shot off-screen with a bit of blood splattering on the shooter's face.
  • A character has his arm put outside of a moving train to freeze it off.
  • Characters go around machine gunning groups of people. Not graphic
  • A character shoots and kills a lot of people in very few minutes.
  • One antagonist is seemingly invincible, having lived through several fights and being stabbed a few times. He is finished by having his neck broken. This is not explicitely shown.


  • Fairly frequent, but not pervasive, usage of various derogatory terms.
  • At least 15-20 uses of "fuck," most of which are in the first hour or so. Some uses are subtitled. 2 muffled/obscured uses of "motherfucker." 13 uses of "shit," and several uses each of "asshole", "bitch", "damn", "goddamn," "Jesus," "for Christ's Sake', and "bastard." Much of the strongest profanity is used in the first half of the film.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Frequent drug references and infrequent usage.
  • Two main characters are addicted to a fictional drug known as Kronole, and frequently sniff it. It's appearance is similar to clay blocks.
  • During a nightclub sequence there are shots of various people that appear to be high from the drug.
  • A teen girl steals a bottle of champagne from people in a nightclub, gets drunk and passes out.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The entire film is rather intense and depressing. Many scenes go from quiet to loud very quickly, giving a sense of claustrophobia.
  • The fight sequences, although not very graphic or bloody, are still intense.
  • A teacher educates a group of schoolchildren with frightening propaganda, such as songs about how people will freeze and die on the train if the engine stops. This might unsettle some viewers.
  • The climax spits out several plot twists all of which are unsettling and disturbing and the ending is just as thought provoking..
  • This movie isn't as bad as it sounds; many elements including violence and drug use will definitely go over younger viewers heads


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • A pregnant woman is stabbed. She dies from that.
  • An explosion derails the train , causing hundreds of deaths.
  • Discussion of canibalism
  • It is implied that a character's arm is ripped off.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Two scenes of cigarette smoking. In the first, since cigarettes are considered scarce, a crowd of people gather around the smoker and collectively inhale the smoke. Two cigarettes are identified as humanity's last cigarette.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Children are taken away from their parents, and they're used as slaves to keep the train running.
  • The dialogue about cannibalism might disturb some viewers.

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