3:10 to Yuma
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3:10 to Yuma
Rating & Content Info
Why is 3:10 to Yuma rated R? 3:10 to Yuma is rated R by the MPAA for violence and some language.
Parents considering this film for teens should be aware it contains ongoing gun violence in an old west setting. Countless people are shot, including background, secondary, and principal characters, as well as those depicted as innocent bystanders. Explicit bloody wounds are depicted, including surgery on a conscious man. A man is electrocuted by his captors. Consequences are meted out for most characters involved in illegal behavior, but this is often through vigilante or vengeful actions. Language includes frequent moderate profanities (mostly scatological terms), two uses of a sexual expletive, and some terms of deity. Sexual content is primarily limited to a man who sketches a nude woman (shown momentarily from behind in soft-focus). Derogatory remarks toward Chinese and African-Americans are briefly heard. People drink hard liquor.
Page last updated March 13, 2009
|Manitoba||14A||Violence.Coarse Language. Language May Offend.-----|
|Ontario||14A||VIOLENCE. LANGUAGE MAY OFFEND.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
News About "3:10 to Yuma"
Cast and Crew
3:10 to Yuma is directed by and stars Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Peter Fonda, Gretchen Mol..
The most recent home video release of 3:10 to Yuma movie is January 7, 2008. Here are some details…
3:10 To Yuma moseys onto DVD with the following bonus materials packed in its saddlebags: an audio commentary by director James Mangold, deleted scenes, a documentary (Destination Yuma) and two featurettes (An Epic Explored and Outlaws, Guns and Posses). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1(English), with subtitles in English and Spanish.
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