Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Extraction is an action movie with lots of violence -- including guns and shooting, fighting, bloody wounds, and characters dying. A woman is briefly shown topless; there's also kissing (both male-female and female-female) and women in skimpy clothing/underwear viewed as objects. Language is very strong, with multiple uses of "f--k," plus "s--t," "c--ksucker," "p---y," and many more. There's also some brief background drinking. Despite the presence of Bruce Willis in a small role, there's little to attract teens (or anyone) to this sub-par effort.
Brief glimpse of topless pole dancer. Flirting, kissing. Women in revealing clothes viewed as objects. Woman shown in a bra.
Heavy violence with guns and shooting. Fights, chases, martial arts fighting. Bashing on head with toilet tank lid. Characters die. Bloody wounds. Kidnapping. Nails through hand. Taser. Smoke bomb. Tranquilizer dart.
Multiple uses of "f--k," plus "motherf----r," "s--t," "p---y," "c--ksucker," "bitch," "ass," "goddamn," "hell," "piss," "d--k," "slut," "jerking off," and uses of "Jesus," "Jesus Christ," and "God" (as exclamations).
Nobody does anything by the rules here, and the result is violence and chaos, with no consequences.
A Ford Mustang is used in a chase scene, logo visible.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Character orders a whisky in a bar. Background/social drinking. Character pretends to be drunk.