The following is a brief summary of the content found in this R-rated, action-filled drama. Brief profanity includes one subtitled use of the "f" word, while tribal Mayans are seen in loincloths and other standard attire (showing bare butts and the occasional, bare breasts). There's also some sexually related material (the result of a practical joke suggests a wife was performing oral sex on her husband who's seen fully nude with his hands over his crotch).
Violence consists of people being killed by various means in battles, other fighting, animal attacks, and human sacrifices. Much of that has extremely bloody and/or gory results (including various decapitations), and those scenes and various moments of peril could be rather intense and suspenseful for viewers. The perpetrators of such violence and enslavement obviously have bad attitudes.
Tense family material includes family members watching loved ones be murdered and worrying about those who've survived. Finally, some behavior may be enticing for some kids to imitate.
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For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, a great deal of handheld camerawork (some if it very bouncy) occurs in the film.