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'Noah': 3 points for parents

Published: Saturday, Aug. 1 2015 4:00 a.m. MDT

From left, Russell Crowe is Noah, Anthony Hopkins is Methuselah and Gavin Casalegno is young Shem in From left, Russell Crowe is Noah, Anthony Hopkins is Methuselah and Gavin Casalegno is young Shem in "Noah," from Paramount Pictures and Regency Enterprises. (Paramount)

Information for parents about the film "Noah":

Violence: In silhouette, Cain hits Abel and kills him. Raiding parties kill as they wish. Giant rock creatures kill humans with weapons. Hand-to-hand combat with and without weapons. Humans are traded for food. Animal sacrifice is performed. Some other animals are harmed. Babies are threatened with death.

Gore: Blood is shown in pools. A girl has a large wound on her abdomen. The ground a man is standing on is saturated with blood. A weapon has blood dripping from it. Bodies are shown underwater in a vision and in a pit in another scene. A woman steps in a metal trap. People are tossed about by flood waters. There are some wounds shown.

Nudity: Only shoulders are seen as a woman and a man begin kissing and then get more passionate. A woman sits up in bed showing her shoulders, but she is covered by blankets. A man is lying face down on a beach, nude. He is seen from a distance.

Russell Crowe is Noah and Jennifer Connelly is Naameh in Russell Crowe is Noah and Jennifer Connelly is Naameh in "Noah," from Paramount Pictures and Regency Enterprises. (Paramount)

Shawn O'Neill is the Family Man Movie Reviewer. You can see his reviews at familymanmovieblog.blogspot.com.

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