Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that the movie begins with a harrowing plane crash into the sea, with violent imagery and editing. Young divers find a pirate ship's treasure and then the cocaine shipment that was aboard this crashed plane, then ponder whether to recover the drugs and sell them. Characters (especially girls) wear skimpy clothing on land and undersea. They see and swim alongside sharks when they dive; the movie includes two gruesome shark attacks, resulting in bloody water and ravaged bodies. A couple of scenes feature near-drownings (one character begins to turn blue, as his arm is stuck under a heavy cannon and he can't get loose). A car chase results in a couple of crashes, a killer leaves multiple dead bodies on a boat (though you don't see these murders, faces, legs, and feet appear in close-ups that might trouble younger viewers). Characters fight with knives, guns (one man is shot through the chest, quite graphically), harpoons, and in a couple of instances, oxygen tanks are slammed into opponents' heads. Handcuffed to a dead body (his eyes left disturbingly open), a young woman hacks off his hand with a machete (you see the knife head to the camera, then the scene cuts). Characters drink, smoke, and do drugs. The film includes sexual references, sexy dancing in a club with colored lights and liquor flowing, some embracing/kissing, and a discrete sex scene between the romantic leads. One character behaves callously when his girlfriend dies.
Girls in scant apparel, sexy dancing and references; kissing and one briefly noted romantic sex scene.
Hand to hand fights, as well as violence using harpoons, knives, cars, and guns; a couple of shark attacks.
Obnoxious young lawyer who owes money and assumes he can deal major drugs easily; drug dealers and killers; discussion of pirates as "romantic."
Beer and drink brands on labels.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Drinking in bars and at home, smoking and drug use.