I Am Legend
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I Am Legend
Rating & Content Info
Why is I Am Legend rated PG-13? I Am Legend is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for intense sequences of sci-fi action and violence.
This sci-fi horror hybrid features a lone “normal” human living in Manhattan surrounded by mutated beings that have been infected with a virus. Violence occurs frequently as he clashes with these zombies, resulting in countless numbers being killed by shootings, falls, exposure to sunlight (which is deadly for them) or—in one scene—being run over en masse with an SUV. Some blood is seen in these depictions. Other scenes show massive numbers of potential evacuees in peril and screaming for help. A woman, child, and dog are also endangered in various scenarios. “Jump” scenes occur frequently. Language is limited to only a half-dozen mild expletives and a couple of terms of deity. The film is nearly void of sexual content, except for one female “mutant” who is wearing a revealing tank top.
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|British Columbia||14A||Frightening Scenes|
|Manitoba||14A||Violence. Frightening Scenes.|
|Ontario||14A||Frightening Scenes, Violence, Distrubing Content.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
News About "I Am Legend"
Cast and Crew
I Am Legend is directed by and stars Will Smith, Alice Braga, Dash Mihok..
The most recent home video release of I Am Legend movie is March 11, 2008. Here are some details…
I Am Legend may be the story of the last man on earth, but there will certainly be many versions of him available on the video shelves. Fans of the film can chose from a single disc release in either Full Frame or Widescreen (for extra content, both offer Animated Comics and a ROM Link), A Two-Disc Special Edition (providing the same materials as the single disc, as well as an alternate version of the movie and a digital copy of the theatrical release), and the Blu-ray presentation (which contains the theatrical release, the alternate version of the film and three featurettes: Animated Comics, Cautionary Tale, and Creating I Am Legend). Or, if you wait until April 8, 2008, you can buy the HD DVD Combo (which includes all the bonus extras listed above). Choices, choices, choices!
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