All the Old Knives is the big release of the week on Prime Video. Is this a movie to watch with the kids, or should you wait for them to go to bed?
If you’re ready for a thriller, All the Old Knives is going to be on your radar. It arrives on Prime Video on Friday, April 8, and you’ll want to watch it as soon as it’s available. The question is whether you can watch it around the kids or not.
The best way to answer this question is to look at the All the Old Knives age rating. This is what the Motion Pictures association believes the movie should be suitable for, although there are some limitations. After all, we all know our children the best.
All the Old Knives age rating
The official age rating for the Chris Pine movie is R. This means that the movie isn’t suitable for those under the age of 18.
There will be some violence in the movie, and we can also expect some harsh language and maybe some nudity. However, it’s hard to say why the movie is giving its rating before we get a chance to watch it.
If your children have seen similar types of movies, you may want to allow them to watch this one. As mentioned, you know your children the best. I know for mine this isn’t something for them, but it would have been something I watched as a teenager.
Pine plays Henry Pelham, a former CIA operative who is given the task to root out a mole from the past. The CIA realizes that a plane crash that cost the lives of more than 100 people was due to leaked information. One of the potential moles is his ex-lover and former colleague Celia Harrison (Thandiwe Newton).
All the Old Knives is coming to Prime Video on Friday, April 8.