Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Warcraft is a sci-fi/fantasy adventure based on the hit video game franchise, and teens are very likely going to want to see it. The biggest issue is violence, which is frequent and strong, with lots of visual effects, fighting, and killing. Characters are stabbed with swords, shot with primitive guns, and bashed with giant hammers. There are quick images of skulls being smashed and necks snapped and a horse smashing up against a tree, as well as some scary images (monsters, a bad guy sucking the life from humans, etc.) and a digital orc baby in peril. Characters die, but not much blood is shown. Expect a bit of flirting and a woman in a skimpy outfit; while the movie does feature a capable female character, she -- like the rest of the characters -- isn't very fleshed out and seems there solely to serve the plot.
Flirting, near-kissing. A woman wears a skimpy outfit.
Fantasy battle sequences include bashing with giant hammers, stabbing with swords, and slicing with knives. Skulls are crushed, necks snapped. Primitive guns and shooting. Some battle wounds, but not much blood is shown. Characters die. Some scary scenes/characters (monsters, a bad guy sucking the life force from a human, etc.). Gruesome dead body. Horse smashed up against a tree. A (fake, CGI) baby in peril.
At least one use of "hell."
At first it seems as if the movie advocates opposing forces working together for the greater good, but this idea is dropped, to be replaced by the message that violence is necessary to attain peace. The concept of "honor" is valued above teamwork or peace, but this is ill-defined.
Nothing in the movie itself, but it's tied to the hugely popular video game franchise, which has lots of associated merchandise.
Drugs / Tobacco /