The Forbidden Kingdom
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The Forbidden Kingdom
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Forbidden Kingdom rated PG-13? The Forbidden Kingdom is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for sequences of martial arts action and some violence
This is the first movie in which martial arts masters Jackie Chan and Jet Li co-star. That means you can expect copious scenes of fighting (with and without martial arts weapons) in which characters are tossed and thrown in every direction (with little regard for life-threatening consequence). In the scenes set in modern-day, a gang of young men physically abuses a high school aged boy, and one of them uses a gun to shoot another man. Other violent incidents include characters being stabbed with knives, hit with darts and shot with an arrow. Language is limited to approximately a half-dozen mild and moderate profanities. Some scantily clothed women (who may be prostitutes) are seen briefly. A man is shown urinating on another man. A principal character drinks regularly, claiming the wine is an “elixir.” Racial slurs are heard a couple of times.
Page last updated February 13, 2012
|British Columbia||PG||frequent Violence. Coarse Language.|
|Manitoba||14A||Not Recommended for Children. Violence.iolence|
|Ontario||PG||Violence. Language May Offend. Not Recommended for Young Children.|
|Quebec||G||Not Recommended for Young Children.|
|Canadian Home Video||Pendin|
News About "The Forbidden Kingdom"
Cast and Crew
The Forbidden Kingdom is directed by and stars Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Michael Angarano, Crystal Liu, Ngai Sing..
The most recent home video release of The Forbidden Kingdom movie is September 8, 2008. Here are some details…
DVD Release Date: 9 September 2008
Dare to enter The Forbidden Kingdom with this DVD release, which is presented in anamorphic widescreen (or on Blu-Ray in high definition widescreen). Bonus extras include an audio commentary with director Rob Minkoff and writer John Fusco, deleted scenes, a blooper reel, a behind-the-scenes featurette and a look at the film’s previsualization (with commentary by director Rob Minkoff). Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround (the Blu-Ray disc features 7.1 DTS Master Audio).