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'10 Cloverfield Lane': 3 points for parents
John Goodman as Henry; Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Michelle; and John Gallagher Jr. in 10 CLOVERFIELD LANE; by Paramount - photo by Shawn O'Neill
Points for parents

  • Violence: A car accident lasts about 30 seconds and the driver ends up unconscious. A woman is held down and injected with a sedative. A woman hits a man in the head with a bottle and he chases after her. A man is shot point blank. A man ends up laying in acid and being mutilated. A knife is used to try and stab a woman while she is crawling in a ventilation shaft. A woman throws a Molotov cocktail. A woman is surrounded by poison gas.
  • Gore: A womans skin appears to be eaten away and scarred. The bodies of two pigs are seen out of a window, and each one seems decayed. No blood is shown issuing from wounds in the film. There is blood on a wall after a man is shot. A mans face is disfigured from acid. A woman stitches a wound together on a mans forehead.
  • Language: There are only a few uses of profanity.
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