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Apr 19, 2013

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Aug 06, 2013

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Joseph Kosinski


Tom Cruise
Morgan Freeman
Andrea Riseborough
Olga Kurylenko


Universal Pictures

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Even though Earthlings won the war against an alien race, they lost their home. Now it is the job of Jack Harper (Tom Cruise) to watch over the uninhabitable sphere. But an unexpected discovery begins to change the way he sees the past and future of the deserted planet.

Content Details

Why Is Oblivion Rated PG-13?

Oblivion is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, brief strong language, and some sensuality/nudity.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Oblivion...

Violence: A character experiences peril while flying through a lightening storm. He later rides a motorcycle without a helmet. A man’s foot is caught in a bear trap after being ambushed by attackers who shoot at him. A rope breaks while he tries to escape and he falls to the ground far below. Scenes of post-apocalyptic devastation are seen. A man is hit in the head with a gun butt resulting in a bloody facial injury. Characters throw punches, grapple and fire at one another on numerous occasions. A man is choked until he passes out. Drones fire on and kill humans, blowing their bodies to bits. A man holds a gun to a woman’s head. She is later shot in the stomach. Numerous explosions occur.

Sexual Content: Partial male and female back nudity is seen in a shower scene. Female buttock nudity is shown when a woman undresses and dives into a swimming pool. Brief suggestive scenes of sexuality are included. Unclothed characters are seen in a state of stasis. Couples kiss and embrace. Some brief crude content and innuendo is also included.

Language: The script contains infrequent scatological slang, vulgarities, profanities and one use of the sexual expletive.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A secondary character smokes a cigar. A female attempts to inject a medical solution into another character.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Violence, Coarse Language.
AB PG Coarse Language, Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children.
MB PG Not Recommended For Young Children, Violence, Language May Offend.
ON PG Violence, Not Recommended for Young Children
QC G Not Recommended for Young Children.

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of Oblivion...

Home Video Notes: Oblivion

Release Date: 6 August 2013

Oblivion releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD/Ultraviolet Digital Copy) with the following extras:

- Feature Commentary with Tom Cruise and director Joseph Kosinski

- Deleted Scenes

- Isolated score

- Promise of a New World - The Making of Oblivion

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bukowski says: Apr. 28, 2013

I took my two boys, 8 & 9, I thought it was fine. Less than what you can see on TV for sure.

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