Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Hunt to Kill is an incredibly violent, direct-to-DVD action movie starring former pro wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. It also features very strong, almost constant language (especially "f--k"), and it seems to showcase violence against women, including one attempted rape. There's also a scene involving drug dealers and a meth lab. Teen fans of Austin will want to see this, but younger teens should be warned away.
Some kissing in an early scene, and a girl casually switches her amorous affections from one man to another during the course of the film.
A twenty-something woman is kidnapped, and one character attempts to rape her. In addition, she is often manhandled, shoved around, and slapped. Otherwise, there are lots of guns, as well as several other different weapons, including a bow and arrow, spears, a Taser, and a collapsible baton. There are fighting scenes, shootings, stabbings, blood, and dead bodies. A character dies in a fiery explosion, we see brains blown out and hear breaking bones.
Severe, constant language including dozens of uses of "f--k" and "s--t," plus "bitch," "Goddamn," "hell," "ass," "p--y," "c--k," and "c--ksucker."
There's a certain amount of problem-solving here, with characters using ingenuity to overcome their challenging situation. But ultimately, the movie becomes all about the revenge and the violence.
Drugs / Tobacco /
The heroes discover a meth lab during the movie's opening scene. The bad guys drink champagne to celebrate a successful heist. A minor character smokes cigarettes.