Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Eye in the Sky is a tense, thought-provoking film about the hours leading up to a military drone strike -- and the intricate, gut-wrenching process (and complex, difficult moral choices) that goes into deciding whether and when to attack. Starring Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and Alan Rickman, it's an intense movie to watch, and younger viewers may find it overwhelming and upsetting. Expect explosions and their aftermath (some burned bodies/body parts are shown), as well as scenes showing terrorists preparing for an attack and military men threatening and shooting enemies. There's also occasional strong language, including "f--k."
The movie is about a military drone attack in Kenya; there are scenes of air strikes that kill or maim (burned bodies/body parts are shown). Terrorists are shown donning suicide vests, and military men threaten to shoot and kill their enemies (and actually do so).
Infrequent use of words including "f--k."
Even in war, it's important to keep your head -- and your humanity. Character wrestle with very difficult, complicated moral choices.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A tiny spy drone is hidden in a pack of cigarettes.