Here's a brief summary of the content found in this monster/horror movie that's been rated PG-13. Profanity consists of at least 35 "s" words, while other expletives and colorful phrases are also uttered. Some sexually related dialogue is present, and a woman (bare back) and man (just in his boxers) are separately seen in bed.
Violence consists of monsters of varying sizes killing humans and causing all sorts of property damage, while smaller monsters are killed, and many military attempts are made on the biggest one. That monster on human violence has varying degrees of bloody results, while those scenes and many moments of potential peril (not to mention scenes designed to look like and remind viewers of 9/11 imagery) might be unsettling, suspenseful, or even scary to viewers.
Some bad attitudes are present, as is drinking at a party, while other potentially imitative behavior also occurs. Tense family material includes a man reacting to his brother's death.
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For those concerned with bright flashes of light on the screen, there's some of that in various scenes from flickering or blinking lights.
For those prone to visually induced motion sickness, the entire film is shot with a handheld camera, resulting in varying amounts of camera movement. As the camera operator walks, runs, etc., there is often a tremendous amount (up and down, left and right, angled, etc.), and the bigger the screen upon which this is viewed, and the closer one sits to it, the greater the likelihood of motion sickness setting in.