Why is Twilight Saga: Eclipse rated PG-13?
Official MPAA Rating: Twilight Saga: Eclipse is rated PG-13 for for intense sequences of action and violence, and some sensuality.
Violence: Characters are attacked and beaten, resulting in bloody injuries. An implied rape and beating take place while a group of men watch. Werewolves and vampires fight on several occasions. Characters are bitten, thrown and punched. Vampires talk about hunting and also are shown attacking humans for their blood. Burning cars are shown. Dead bodies are seen. One character stabs herself, another cuts her arm with a sharp rock. A character cuts her finger and spreads blood on plants and rocks. Characters arms and heads are bitten or ripped off. A man’s chest bones are crushed.
Sexual: A fully-clothed couple kisses and embraces while lying on a bed. One character attempts to undress the other. Couples exchange passionate kisses. Men are seen without shirts. A teen discusses her virginity with her father. She later tries to talk her boyfriend into engaging in sexual activity. A character is involved in an implied, off-screen rape.
Language: The script includes a handful of mild profanities, some derogatory slang and a term of Deity.
Drugs/Alcohol: A man drinks beer in his home. A group of men drink on the street. At least one of them is drunk. He is later seen drinking in his room.