Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Last Days on Mars is a sci-fi/horror movie about astronauts on Mars who discover bacteria that turns people into zombies. Expect a good measure of sci-fi violence, with some blood and gore. Both humans and zombies are attacked, beaten, and stabbed. When humans turn into zombies, the images of their faces distorting is pretty disturbing. The other major issue is language, with several uses of both "f--k" and "s--t."
All of the violence is sci-fi/fantasy-based and not terribly realistic, nor is it terribly visible, given the camerawork. There's some blood and gore as zombies attack humans. There's a good deal of fighting and zombie-bashing. Characters get a drill to the stomach, and stabbed with scissors. A character tries to commit suicide by taking off her space helmet on the planet's surface. It can be a bit scary when people turn into zombies and their faces mutate in freakish ways.
"F--k" and "s--t" are both used several times. "Piss" and "hell" are also heard. Characters use both "God" and "Jesus Christ" when scared.
There's not much going on here except humans yelling at each other as zombies attack.
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