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‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ Parents Guide & Age Rating

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery is the highly awaited sequel of the 2019 breakout film from Rian Johnson.

When tech billionaire Miles Bron called upon tons of his wealthy, fabulous friends on vacation, no one expected someone to be dead. However that’s exactly what happens. Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) is then recruited to solve this latest mystery.

Glass Onion’s age rating: What is Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery rated?

Glass Onion has been rated PG-13. This means that parental guidance is recommended, and parents are warned because the materials might be inappropriate for viewers under 13. Glass Onion has been given this rating for the use of strong language, sexual material, drug content, and some violence.

But Glass Onion should be alright for families to watch together if the kids are at least 12 and up.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery parents guide

Here are the highlights from the film, according to Common Sense Media.
Violence: The film involves guns, some slaps, and explosions. Some blood can also be seen.

Sex: Some characters wear skimpy clothing, a few kissing scenes and a scene of a woman straddling someone on a bed while wearing a bikini. A sex toy and condoms are shown in some scenes as is a nude male statue.

Language: Strong language is involved throughout the film, including at least two uses of the f-word and other profanities.

Drinking/Drugs: Characters have been shown to drink throughout the movie, and some also smoke and vape. We can also see some references to marijuana.


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