Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this mature, graphically violent political thriller about vigilante justice includes shots of men being shot in the head, with their brains and blood flying everywhere. One man kills himself, and there are two images of characters being tortured. There are also photos of people buried in a mass grave, and it's implied that the central female character has been tortured and raped. The movie's extensive discussion of political corruption might confuse and/or disturb kids (even teens). Overall, there's no attempt at diplomacy, and violence is shown as the only option.
Bob and Sarah nearly kiss, and it's clear there's an attraction between them, but nothing happens. Sarah is shown in several scenes wearing only jeans and a bra.
Extensive and graphic violence, including dozens of men shot in the head, with brains and blood flying included. Bob stabs several men, plants pipe bombs, and ignites napalm on attackers. Several explosions kill people. A man kills himself. The FBI torture another man and rig it so that it seems he's going to kill himself. It's implied that Sarah has been tortured and perhaps raped. Bob gets shot twice, falls through glass twice, and nearly dies when he drives his car into a river. Sarah must perform surgery on Bob. Images of dead and decaying bodies in a mass grave.
Some cursing, including "s--t," "goddamn," "hell," "asshole," and "f--k."
Bob steals, lies, and kills lots of people. The government is exposed as a corrupt sham that kills people and leaves Americans to die.
A few brands are briefly shown, including Dinty Moore and Dell computers.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Bob drinks a beer and gives some to his dog. Later, he inhales nitrous to knock himself out during surgery. Johnson smokes a cigar. Meachum drinks liquor.