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MPAA Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and brief suggestive material

Sex & Nudity

  • Hulk's bare rear end is briefly shown. Prior to, another man reacts to the sight of him naked from the front (off screen). A comment is made to the effect "that's in my brain now" upon seeing Hulk's private parts.
  • While flying a spaceship, someone reveals that the ship was "used for orgies and stuff." Another character quickly responds with, "Don't touch anything."
  • The main male character wears clothes that accentuate the male form including his large muscles, some of which are exposed. There is also topless male nudity.

Violence & Gore

  • A man fights off devilish hordes and runs from a dragon. Its head is severed and a very large amount of green slime (brain matter?) is spewed onto onlookers.
  • A skeleton army attack villagers in numerous scenes, but little blood is shown.
  • A woman mows down a large group of soldiers in a stylized battle sequence. Three or four supporting characters are killed by thrown knives, one impaled.
  • Large battle at the end contains many skeletal soldiers being killed by swords, machine gun fire, and lightning. One enemy is beheaded.
  • A man is captured, beaten, threatened to be eaten.
  • A character is brutally melted by a rod. The character turns towards another character and asks for help.
  • A character falls out of a plane and violently lands on the ground. This is used in a comedy way
  • A man convulses violently after getting shocked by a device. This happens a couple of times.


  • Minor profanities only, including three "S words", "damn", "B word".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Several characters are seen drinking beer.
  • A character is shown to be very drunk numerous times, admits to drowning out their misery with constant drinking
  • Thor drinks some beer while talking with Doctor Strange in one scene.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A character is melted and screams during the process in obvious pain. This is somewhat disturbing.
  • A devil monster character is shown made entirely of flames. he has devilish hordes and a large dragon that fight the hero. (only frightening for young children)
  • A man is expected to behead a young woman in front of a crowd. At the last moment, the woman is saved, but the scene is emotionally intense.


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

Violence & Gore

  • In a scene Thor loses an eye because of Hela and spends a good 20 minutes of the film - 5 or 6 scenes, some close up - with the wound visible. This is fairly disturbing, but not graphic though, as the wound is clearly make-up.
  • The main villain slaughters an army of female warriors on the backs of winged horses in a stylized flashback sequence. Both horses and women are seen falling from the sky injured or dead. The camera pans over a shadowy battlefield strewn with dead warriors with blades through their chests. No gore, just a sense of sorrow or dread. This may be especially upsetting for young animal lovers.
  • Two characters recognizable from previous Thor movies are killed with a sudden sword through the chest. It's also worth mentioning that Hela uses sudden swords several times in the movie.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Odin tells Thor and Loki that he loves them before passing away. The scene may upset some viewers on an emotional level.
  • The Hulk screams and thrashes around violently after seeing a video clip. It may scare some younger viewers as they may not understand what is happening.

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