Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this gratuitous, over-the-top 3-D action/adventure movie starring Nicolas Cage is packed with grindhouse-style violence, as well as intense/graphic sexual situations, nudity, and language -- all of which is ratcheted up by the 3-D presentation. Things get even iffier when you consider that the "hero" is an escapee from Hell, there's violence against women, and the movie has mages of an infant in danger. In other words? Not for kids!
Viewers see at least three naked women, as well as characters who are clearly having sex. In one sequence, the main character shoots and kills several intruders while still having sex with a woman. The heroine's boss touches her in an inappropriate way, and there's heavy innuendo. The female character's sex appeal is also played up with various sexy outfits.
The main character and his female companion shoot and kill dozens of people, both bad guys and cops, with no consequences. Heads and limbs are severed. Characters are stabbed with various sharp objects. There are fights with punching and kicking, plus car crashes and explosions. Violence against women, as well as images of an infant in dangerous situations.
Very heavy use of strong language throughout, including "f--k" and "s--t" (both in various permutations), "ass," "hell," "bitch," "t-ts," "horny," and "p---y," as well as "Christ," "God," and "Jesus" (used as exclamations), etc.
The movie's villains (the devil worshippers) are marginally worse than the "good guys," but only because they're willing to place an infant in mortal danger. Though the main character has a somewhat noble purpose, he executes it with great amounts of violence, and there are no real consequences for his actions.
Characters drink Budweiser beer in more than one scene.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters drink beer and whisky from time to time, but not to drunkenness. The main character smokes a cigar, and the heroine is seen holding (but not smoking) a cigarette.