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Madame Web is rated PG-13 for mild swears, lots of spiders, many instances of the bird, explosions, truck accidents, ambulance accidents, people falling, people getting poisoned, childbirth, and more spiders.
There is a Monster (2024) is unrated but call it PG for swears, mild body horror, some suggestive material, and the creepy shadow that lurks just outside of your vision.
Bob Marley: One Love is not a bad film. In fact, many will walk away pleased to learn a bit more about a man who will forever live as the best reggae artist. But, when compared to classic music biopics like The Doors, Straight Outta Compton, and Ray, Bob Marley: One Love fails to stir it up.
Lisa Frankenstein (2024) is rated PG-13 for murder and light mutilation, thoughts of suicide, tanning bed accidents, gooey corpses, non-consensual groping, non-consensual drug use, teen drinking, and an over-the-top evil stepmother.
Ghostwritten (2021) is unrated as it debuts on streaming platforms on demand. I would call it PG-13 as there are few swears, no nudity, some elder wrangling, people getting shot at, lots of recreational drinking, a bar fight, and some nebulous demonic imagery
Argylle is proof that no matter how much star power you have in a film, it will never succeed without a good script and direction.
Henry Cavill and Alan Ritchson fighting Nazis? We’re in! Check out the trailer for The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare directed by Guy Ritchie. New trailers every Tuesday on Movie Reelist.
MONKEY MAN from Dev Patel promises to be the most exciting action thriller (that doesn’t involve bees) of the year. Check out the trailer here! Movie coming soon April 5. New trailers every Tuesday here on Movie Reelist.
Miller’s Girl is rated R for swears, blunt literary language, and sexytimes both real and imagined.
The UnderDoggs (2024) is rated R for swears (like a f-ton), lots of oui’d, underage drinking, and some sexual references that actually seem mild compared to the language.
It’s time for your monthly tear-duct flush. the new HOUSEKEEPING FOR BEGINNERS. New trailers every Tuesday here on Movie Reelist.