Sylvester Stallone is back on our screens as another hero. Want to watch it right away? Is it suitable for kids? What is the Samaritan age rating?
Sylvester Stallone fans will certainly want to tune into Samaritan right away. While the movie is set for a Friday release, there’s a chance that it will be available in North America on Thursday night. This happens a lot with Amazon Original releases.
That means watching it before the kids go to bed? Is that possible? Is this a movie that’s suitable for them, or should you wait? We need to look at the Samaritan age rating to get an idea.
Samaritan age rating
The official age rating given for this movie is PG-13. This is great news for those with teenagers in the house. The movie is considered suitable for those 13 years and older.
In fact, it could be suitable for younger children. This is where the PG comes into the rating. If you think it’s okay for your children, then it’s going to be something to put on for them. Take a look at the trailer to get an idea of what to expect.
There aren’t any details about the levels of gore and violence just yet. The same applies to language and nudity. However, the rating comes from the MPAA, and it’s noted that there is some strong violence according to the board.
This is likely to be something on the level of an Avengers movie. After all, the movie involves superheroes, so the level of violence is likely to be what we’d expect with the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor. If you think that’s fine for your kids, you’ll be good with the Stallone movie.
Samaritan is on Prime Video on Friday, Aug. 26.