Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Survivor is a thriller set in a post-9/11 world of terrorists and traitors. In addition to references to 9/11 and war, there's some pretty strong (though mostly bloodless) violence, including bombs and explosions, shootings and killings, stabbings, fighting, and death. Language is infrequent, with sparing use of words including "f--k," "s--t," "bastard," and "bitch." Characters hold glasses of wine at a social function, and someone is said to be "swimming in dope." Despite a talented cast and director, the movie feels rather cheap and thrown together, and it's doubtful many teens will be interested.
Brief war footage and 9/11 footage. A man is set on fire with gas and a lighter. Helicopter crash. Characters are shot and killed; others are killed in a massive explosion. Bomb-making. Characters stabbed. Exploding buildings. Fighting.
Infrequent use of "f--king," "bulls--t," "bitch," "bastard," "damn."
Don't trust anyone, and watch out for terrorists. The movie has text at the end that says 53 terrorist activities have been stopped in New York since 9/11, but no further details are offered.
Pepsi can shown.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Characters hold glasses of wine at a social event. Mention of a young man "swimming in dope."