Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that San Andreas is a disaster movie about a huge earthquake in California. For anyone who's scared of earthquakes (particularly folks living in California), it could be a disturbing or even terrifying experience. There's rampant large-scale destruction: tumbling buildings, people being crushed/nearly crushed, floods, people drowning, etc. There are countless (mostly bloodless) casualties, though some blood is shown -- notably when a metal spike goes through a foot and a shard of glass winds up in someone's leg. A gun is shown, and there's some fighting; a supporting character dies. A young man and a young woman kiss; she's also shown in a bikini and a tight tank top. Language includes one use of "f--k," a few uses of "s--t," and some other words. While massive destruction and disaster are the main points of the movie, there are underlying messages about teamwork and helping people, and the main character is a heroic pilot who risks himself to save others.
A young man and woman kiss. Young woman shown in a bikini and tight-fitting tank top. Estranged married couple discusses their relationship.
Constant rampant destruction -- collapsing buildings, rubble, people getting crushed (or nearly crushed). Tsunamis and flooding, with characters drowning or nearly drowning. Helicopter crash. Countless innocents killed (albeit pretty bloodlessly), as well as a notable supporting charater. A metal spike goes through a foot, and a shard of glass gets stuck in a leg, with bleeding. A man on fire. Gun pulled. Punching. Various minor cuts and bruises. References to the main character's daughter dying in an accident.
Infrequent language includes one "f--k" and a few uses of "s--t." Also "a--hole," "goddamn," and "oh my God" (as an exclamation).
Teamwork and caring for others (especially family) are valued and modeled, even if there are also quite a few examples of people not helping each other -- and/or saving themselves.
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