Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that medieval graphic violence dominates this film, and that there are some particularly gory moments. The film opens with a painful torture scene, and later a man is burned to death. A man knifes his unsuspecting cousin, an illegitimate (and angry) half-brother appears, a painful childbirth scene (implied caesarian), a hanging, villages are destroyed, innocent children are threatened, explosions, a beloved character dies, and one nearly drowns. There is also an attempted rape, and a scary, creepy witch.
Attempted rape, Sheriff orders his servants to sleep with him.
Gory swordfights, hangings, firebombing of villages, basic medieval graphic violence.
No modern swearing used.
Both positive and negative role models, positive role models make decisions which, out of context, are not good.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Friar Tuck is an alcoholic, praises beer more than God.