Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Secret in Their Eyes is a thriller about a very personal murder; it's a remake of the same-named 2010 Best Foreign Language Oscar winner, and both films were based on a novel by Eduardo Sacheri. There's violent imagery, including a dead body and some chasing, beating, and intense fighting, with a little blood shown. Guns are used, and characters die. Characters flirt, and there's some strong sexual innuendo and imagery that objectifies women. Language includes one use of "f--k," plus "s--t," "bitch," and more. The film has some big stars -- including Julia Roberts and Nicole Kidman -- but it's not very engaging, and younger teens probably won't be interested.
Flirting between one character and another who's married; a kiss on the cheek. A character shows his penis to both a man and a woman (nothing graphic seen). Some strong innuendo. Some imagery that objectifies women. A man accidentally rips a woman's blouse; some cleavage shown.
Dead body shown; characters die. Brief images of a violent struggle; a little blood. Chasing, punching (sometimes with brass knuckles), kicking. A man is hit with a shovel. Fire. Guns and shooting. A man breaks a leg. Dog biting, off-screen dog-kicking. Violent imagery in a comic book. Man held prisoner.
One use of "f--k," plus "s--t," "a--hole," "son of a bitch," "bitch," "ass," "moron," "d--k," and "hell," plus "Jesus" and "God" (as exclamations).
Motivations that seem selfless can also be somewhat selfish.
Schlitz poster seen. Twinkies mentioned.
Drugs / Tobacco /