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(I) (2018)

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MPAA Rated PG-13 for some intense action/violence, and language.

Sex & Nudity

  • No sex or nudity, but there are suggestive scenes parents might want to be aware of.
  • There is one kiss scene at the beginning of the movie.
  • Michael and his wife are seen in bed together, clothed, in a couple of scenes.
  • They also kiss a few times.
  • A train conductor flirts with various women.
  • A fellow passenger fends off her boyfriend numerous times as he aggressively tries to kiss her.
  • Looking for Prim, Michael tells the conductor that he is looking for an "online date," followed with a suggestive wink.
  • A fellow commuter mentions to Michael, "My prostate is bigger than your head."

Violence & Gore

  • Will have some scenes of violence, there's a scene where a train blows up.
  • A man is pushed in front of a vehicle and gets run over and killed. A corpse is found in the train. A violent fight ensues in the end, with stabbings and shootings.
  • A dead body is seen hidden beneath a coach's floor. It seems bruised but the scene is not graphic.
  • There are 2 scenes featuring men fighting. The fight is brutal and they are seen coming to blows. We see them getting bloody but again, its nothing graphic.
  • A man is seen dead, seemingly burnt, inside a locked coach.
  • A man quickly stabs multiple people with a small knife. No blood is shown.
  • Due to Michael's hesitancy to identify and locate Prim, a fellow commuter is pushed in front of an oncoming bus-thus increasing the pressure on Michael to perform.
  • He's also told that everyone on the train will die if he refuses to comply.
  • The film's villains threaten the lives of his wife and son, too.
  • Michael's aggressive strategy for quickly finding the person he's looking for includes punching, kicking, knives and guns-with a few more people dying as the story unfolds
  • A dead FBI agent, for example, is stowed underneath the train.
  • But amid all the fighting, explosions and brutality that eventually transpires, little blood is actually seen.
  • Someone says, "Sometimes soldiers end up as casualties."
  • A man named Murphy, Michael's ex-partner in the police force, says that there is "no such thing as noble" anymore.
  • Michael asks his son if a certain character is murdered in the book he's reading, Lord of the Flies.
  • Someone gets sprayed in the face with pepper spray.


  • 1 F word (Fuck you!), and a middle finger, along with some other minor cuss words.
  • Good movie. There are five uses of the GD word.
  • Religious swearwords like J***s
  • We hear one f-word. Jesus' name is misused five times, while God's name is paired with "d--n" about half a dozen times.
  • We hear four uses of "h---," and two each of "a--hole" and "frickin'."
  • A handful of other vulgarities include "pr--k" and "b--tard," as well as "sucks and "scumbag."
  • We also see a crude hand gesture.
  • A wealthy fellow passenger is rude and dismissive to the less-fortunate folks all around him, telling a young girl he dislikes her "99 cent perfume."

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Michael and Murphy have a drink at a local pub.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • There's a sense of threat and dread throughout the whole film. The further the film goes the more mysterious and intense it gets. The last third gets violent and pretty intense as the mysteries become revealed. Shootings, stabbing and fights happen.


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

Violence & Gore

  • Alex is shot by a sniper in the third act. While you do see him get hit no blood can be seen.

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