Is No Escape inappropriate?
No Escape is rated R by the MPAA for strong violence including a sexual assault, and for language. This additional information about the movie's content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards: Violence: - Frequent non-graphic violence.
It definitely isn't for kids due to the graphic scenes, blood and language.
Be Prepared. This movie is extremely violent. Bloody and gorey scenes are frequent and start in the first scene of the movie. Normally this blood isn't paper-cut-get-me-a-band aid blood, it's oh-my-goodness-a-dead-body blood.
SEX/NUDITY 1 - Brief insinuation of homosexual sex. VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - There are a number of explosions, bloody fight scenes and gruesome decapitations, which take place throughout the movie.
After trailers for the film were released, a social uproar occurred in Cambodia over the use of upside down Khmer lettering on the police shields. The Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts has since prohibited the film from being shown in Cambodia.
OVERALL: 13+ for some strong brutal violence, brief gory images and for language.
Younger children might be confused by references to abstract thoughts and the subconscious and by emotions being shown as actual characters. There are also some scenes that might scare younger children.
NO EXIT is a suspenseful, fast-paced thriller, with a morally uplifting plot about saving a kidnapped girl from bad people, but it has extreme violence, lots of foul language and references to drugs, so extreme caution is advised. Darby is a college student living in a rehab facility for her drug addiction.
[US] No Escape (2015): Surprisingly good action flick. I don't usually go for action flicks but came across this and liked it. Keeps you on the edge of your seat, stars Owen Wilson in a non-comedic role, and is set in Southeast Asia [takes place in Cambodia but actually filmed in Northern Thailand]. 8/10, worth a watch ...
Strong bloody violence includes a scene in which a woman bludgeons another woman's head repeatedly with a box, resulting in gory aftermath detail. A crossbow is shot into a woman's mouth and a woman is shot in her eye.
Is there anything worse than rated R?
Rated R: Restricted – Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Rated NC-17: Adults Only – No one 17 and under admitted.
In their new overseas house, an American family soon finds themselves caught in the middle of a coup, and they frantically look for a safe escape from an environment where foreigners are being immediately executed.
The story takes place in an unnamed Southeast Asian country, which is implied to be either Thailand or Cambodia, but the map on the wall at 53:20 is a map of Taipei, Taiwan, which is over 1300 miles away. Later, when they point out the US Embassy on the map, in real life, that location is a riverside park.
Perhaps in an effort to protect its relationship with Thailand, where the film was shot, “No Escape” trashes Cambodia, which subsequently banned the movie. Despite the rumor that Thailand might prohibit the movie, “No Escape” has been showing at Thai cinemas since early September.
John Erick Dowdle, known for several horror films, and who wrote the script with his brother, Drew Dowdle, was set to direct the film. The two brothers based the script on a near-miss of political upheaval when the Dowdle family were going on a trip to Thailand, in real life.
The MPAA rating has been assigned for “violence/terror, and language.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes a kissing scene and conversations about sex, cleavage revealing outfits and bathing suits, many scenes of people attacking and killing other people with blood and gore, many scenes of unusual and creepy ...
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Instead of Jay begging Darby to come escape via snowplow and Darby seemingly dying in the parking lot, only for yet ANOTHER twist in the last few sentences to reveal that she survived after all (she and Jay's family visit her mother's grave and find closure), the film sees Darby using the cop's radio to call for help.
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