Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Prince is an action thriller about a man with a past trying to find his missing college-age daughter. It's quite violent, with plenty of bloody shoot outs, killings, beatings, and chase scenes -- all with few to no consequences. Drugs are part of the plot; some minor characters are drug dealers. The daughter is said to have become an addict and run away to live with her dealer. Another college-age character is shown to be drunk and is shown snorting cocaine. Other drugs are referenced. Language is strong, with multiple uses of "f--k," "s--t," and other words. There's no nudity or sex, but there are some sexually charged moments between a college-age young woman and a middle-aged man, as well as women wearing sexy clothing in a nightclub.
A couple of sexually charged moments between a college-age female character and the middle-aged male main character, though nothing comes of it. Some scenes take place in nightclubs with women in scantily clad outfits behaving in suggestive ways.
The movie is full of shooting, chasing, and fighting, with lots of spurting and spattering blood. Teen girls are put in jeopardy, and, in a flashback, a mother and a young girl are killed in a car explosion.
Language is fairly strong, with multiple uses of "f--k," "motherf----r," "s--t," "bulls--t," "a--hole," "ass," and "Jesus Christ."
Only negative messages -- such as the suggestion that if parents keep too close a watch on their children, they'll end up being runaways and drug addicts. And, if so, it's perfectly OK to beat up and shoot anyone who gets in the way of retrieving said lost child. And it's also OK to endanger the lives of other teens in the process.
Drugs / Tobacco /
A college-age character says how drunk she is and is shown doing cocaine. Other drugs are referenced. Another college-age character is said to have become a junkie and run off to live with a drug dealer. Some minor characters are drug dealers. The main character drinks whiskey from time to time and suggests that, in his past, he used to drink a great deal. A character smokes a cigar.