Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Mummy is an extremely violent 1999 movie. Men are killed by gunfire, sword wounds, fatal acid, insect bites, and numerous magical plagues. There is virtually no blood or gore and much of the violence is directed toward the "undead," whose bones shatter when struck with swords or fists. In a series of scenes, many characters (including the lead) drink shots of bourbon whiskey. A man stumbles drunk throughout the film and another vocally lusts after the whiskey. Profanity includes "bitch" and "bastard."
Kissing, slightly revealing outfits.
Beyond the intense gunfire, swordplay, and fist-fighting, there are scenes, such as a man's insides being eaten alive by a killer beetle, that can be startling to both children and adults.
"Sons of bitches," "bastard."
Beyond the drinking, there is not much offensive behavior. Americans (shown mostly as cowboys) are portrayed as less clever, noble, or powerful than the rest. People of color are treated with respect.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Many characters drink shots of whiskey. A man stumbles drunk throughout the film and another vocally lusts after the whiskey.