Legion parents guide

Legion Parent Guide

Release date January 22, 2010

Angels take on a devilish persona in this apocalyptic film about a group of strangers that accidentally find themselves responsible for protecting humanity's last hope: the baby being carried by a truck stop diner's pregnant waitress.

Why is Legion rated R? The MPA rated Legion R for strong bloody violence, and language.

Run Time: 99 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

Please Note: We have not viewed this movie. The information below is a summary based on data gathered from government and industry sponsored film classification agencies in various global regions.

Why is Legion rated R? Legion is rated R by the MPAA for strong bloody violence, and language.

This additional information about the movie’s content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards:


- Frequent portrayals of graphic violence.

- Frequent gun, weapons, and hand-to-hand violence (some blood and detail shown).

- Detailed gory and grotesque images and transformations.

- Upsetting and disturbing scenes.

Sexual Content:

- Sexual references and language.


- Frequent use of the sexual expletive and variations in non-sexual contexts.

- Frequent use of scatological slang, cursing, profanity, and vulgar expressions.

- Infrequent use of slurs.

Drugs and Alcohol:

- Tobacco use (smoking).

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News About "Legion"

Cast and Crew

Legion is directed by Scott Stewart and stars Paul Bettany, Dennis Quaid, Charles S. Dutton.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Legion movie is May 11, 2010. Here are some details…

Release Date: 11 May 2010

Legion releases on DVD and Blu-ray with the following bonus materials:
- Creating the Apocalypse
- Humanity’s Last Line of Defense
- From Pixels to Picture

Legion on Blu-ray also includes:

- Bringing Angels To Earth: Picture-in-Picture
- movieIQ+sync and BD-Live
- Digital Copy of the film (for PC, Mac or iPod)

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The fate of the future also rests in the survival of unborn children carried by fearful mothers in Babylon A.D. and Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith. Apocalypse themes are found in 2012 and The Day After Tomorrow.