Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this movie includes repeated (and repetitive) scenes of video game-like violence, with shooting, cars and motorcycles racing, falling, and martial artsy kicking. Weapons range from futuristic-zappy to old-fashioned. (For the most part, these conflicts don't result in bloody injuries, just "action.") The genetically engineered Violet protects a young boy, the target of multiple assailants. Violet wears very tight outfits; in an early scene, she's instructed to "strip" before entering a security scanner, revealing a shadowy version of her nude backside as she walks away from the camera. Language includes a couple of s-words, slang for genitals, "hell," and "damn."
Violet wears sexy outfit; in one scene she appears nude (as a silhouette).
Pretty much non-stop cartoony, bloodless violence: Violet kicks, runs over, shoots, and slams her opponents, without eliciting even red stains on their shirts.
Mild cursing: two s-words, slang for male genitals, "damn," "hell."
Violet is a genetically engineered vampire-terrorist-assassin. But she means well.
Drugs / Tobacco /