Warner Bros. Pictures
Violence: People are eaten by giants. Individuals are captured and held hostage. Giants fight with each other using weapons and hand-to-hand combat. City officials use weapons to keep order in the streets. Animals are skewered off camera. Giants chase people in a threatening manner.
Villainy: One character is plotting to take over the kingdom. He threatens people with death if they do not do what he asks.
War: Giants attack cities in order to feed. Humans use automatic bows. Giants are shot many times. People are hit by objects flying over the city wall.
“Jack the Giant Slayer” is rated PG-13, but if your child can handle “The Lord of the Rings,” they will be fine seeing this film.
Shawn O'Neill is the Family Man Movie Reviewer.
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