Movie Ratings, Family Movie Reviews & More!

Still shot from the movie: Salt.


Angelina Jolie plays Evelyn Salt, a CIA officer accused of being a Russian spy. Unable to convince her superiors that she is being framed, the agent resists arrest to begin her own unauthorized (and often volatile) investigation into the allegations. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: C-
Violence: D
Sexual Content: B+
Language: D+
Drugs/Alcohol: B-
Run Time: 100
Theater Release: 23 Jul 2010
Video Release: 21 Dec 2010
MPAA Rating: PG-13
See Canadian Ratings
How We Determine Our Grades

Why Is Salt Rated PG-13?

Violence: Frequent and intense depictions of violence are portrayed including strangulation, stabbing, hand-to-hand fighting, point blank shooting, explosions and beatings. A bloody, bruised female character is tortured and has a liquid forced down her throat by her captors. A man attacks and kills agents with a knife hidden in his shoe. A man is knocked from a motorcycle before it is stolen. Characters fire bullets into heavy traffic. Car chases result in crashes. A man is repeatedly buzzed with a tazer. A child suffers injuries from a car accident that kills her parents. A character detonates grenades inside a boat. A captive is cuffed and repeatedly head butted by the interrogator. Characters engage in risky activities.

Sexual Content: A woman is stripped down to her underwear while imprisoned. A couple kisses and embraces.

Language: A sexual expletive is used in a non-sexual context. Numerous uses of scatological slang and profanities are included, along with a cultural slur.

Drugs/Alcohol: Characters drink a toast to their success on a couple of occasions. A man’s unfinished drink is shown. One character injects another with spider venom.

Join the Conversation

About the Reviewer: Kerry Bennett

© One Voice Communications Ltd. | About Parent Previews | FAQ | Making the Grades | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Contact