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Knight and Day

A flight to Boston has life changing implications for June Havens (Cameron Diaz) after a fellow passenger (Tom Cruise) kills all on board, except herself. Although unsure of his motives, June soon realizes that if she wishes to stay alive she will have to stick with the stranger and obey his instructions -- whether she trusts him or not. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: B
Violence: C
Sexual Content: B+
Language: C-
Drugs/Alcohol: B-
Run Time: 110
Theater Release: 23 Jun 2010
Video Release: 30 Nov 2010
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is Knight and Day Rated PG-13?

Violence: Frequent confrontations involve fists, guns and other weapons resulting in many implied deaths, injuries and property damage. Sounds of bone crunching, knives protruding from bodies and corpses are portrayed. A man pulls a bloody knife out of a stab wound. A plane crash is depicted. Cars and aircraft explode. Many car chases occur and characters are presumed dead when airborne vehicles fly directly towards them. A man pushes an attacker into an oncoming train. Bulls chase men and vehicles.

Sexual Content: A woman wakes up from a drug induced sleep and discovers she’s in a bikini—the man she’s with admits to having taken her clothes off and dressing her while she was unconscious. A woman in an inebriated state tells a man she wants to have sex.

Language: The script contains a single sexual expletive, infrequent mild and moderate profanities, as well as terms of deity.

Drugs/Alcohol: A variety of mysterious substances are administered to characters. Most of these cause unconsciousness, while a truth serum leaves a character somewhat inebriated, giddy and talkative.

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