Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this enjoyable addition to the Librarian series does contain a decent amount of gun violence. A torture scene where family members are made to watch the abuse is disturbing. Nevertheless, the humorous characters and their escapades will keep audiences engaged.
Emily is shown in seductive clothing, in seductive poses. She and Flynn kiss and then sleep together, though the latter is implied because Flynn wakes up half-naked in her bed, where she lies half-covered in sheets.
Bad guys carry guns and shoot them profusely. Torture scenes include a man being beaten and his family brought in to view his suffering. Lots of punching, bashing over the head with objects, bloody noses. Bad guys get thrown into boiling lava. Flynn uses sword and staff to fight. Some scary visuals of ghosts.
Language pertaining to violence and torture can be intense for sensitive viewers.
Flynn's adventures bring him in touch with people of many cultures, but the ethnic identities are sometimes stereotyped. People of Arab decent are portrayed as bad guys in this film. Religious stories surrounding the King Solomon tale are displayed as truth, rather than myth.
Judson mentions that he bought an arrowhead on Ebay.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Flynn and Uncle Jerry drink hard alcohol during Flynn's birthday party. They drink spirits again on a train in Africa. This time Emily joins them and gets so drunk that she has to leave. Then she sleeps with Flynn.