The Cold Light of Day
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The Cold Light of Day
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Cold Light of Day rated PG-13? The Cold Light of Day is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for intense sequences of violence and action, and language.
Violence: With the exception of the opening few minutes, scenes of violence permeate the runtime of this movie. Many characters are shot, often for no particular reason. Others are beaten, thrown and tortured. Much of this carnage, including a scene where a person attempts to control the bleeding of a gunshot wound with a hot utensil, includes blood effects. Car chases down narrow city streets result in damage to property and other vehicles while bystanders are forced to run for cover. Crashes result in more bloody injuries. Police are dishonest. A man beats a policeman with a car door. Characters fall from heights, and one is shown as he slams to the ground.
Sexual Content: A woman is seen in a bikini. A woman’s underwear is briefly seen when she falls from a motorcycle.
Language: Scatological slang and other profanities are heard, along with one sexual expletive.
Drugs/Alcohol: Characters drink wine over dinner. One character consumes alcohol as he speaks of a stressful event.
Page last updated January 29, 2013
|British Columbia||PG||Violence. Coarse Language.|
|Manitoba||14A||Not Recommeded for Children, Violence.|
|Ontario||PG||Violence, Language May Offend, Tobacco Use.|
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News About "The Cold Light of Day"
Cast and Crew
The Cold Light of Day is directed by Mabrouk El Mechri and stars Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis, Sigourney Weaver, Joseph Mawle.
The most recent home video release of The Cold Light of Day movie is January 28, 2013. Here are some details…
Cold light of Day releases to home video on January 29, 2013.
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