EVERY DAY (2018)

EVERY DAY (2018)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 97 minutes

  • Director(s): Michael Sucsy

  • Cast: Debby Ryan, Maria Bello, Owen Teague, Angourie Rice, Colin Ford, Lucas Jade Zumann

  • BBFCinsight: moderate bad language, infrequent suicide references

  • Synopsis: EVERY DAY is a romantic fantasy drama in which a teenager falls in love with a spirit who wakes up in a different body each morning.

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EVERY DAY is a romantic fantasy drama in which a teenager falls in love with a spirit who wakes up in a different body each morning.

Language

It contains moderate bad language and milder terms.

Suicide

There are references to a teenage character intending to take her life. We see a notebook containing drawings that represent some techniques, without strong detail.

Other issues include occasional mild sex references.

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PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING (2018)

PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING (2018)
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  • Run time: 111 minutes

  • Director(s): Steven S. DeKnight

  • Cast: John Boyega, Scott Eastwood, Adria Arjona, Tian Jing, Charlie Day, Rinko Kikuchi

  • BBFCinsight: moderate violence, threat, injury detail, rude gesture

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  • Synopsis: PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING is a US science fiction action film in which a group of young heroes must join the battle to save humanity from monstrous alien invaders.

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PACIFIC RIM: UPRISING is a US science fiction action film in which a group of young heroes must join the battle to save humanity from monstrous alien invaders.

Violence

There are numerous fight sequences in which giant robots battle with monstrous creatures or other robots under the influence of the villains. These scenes include punches, kicks and headbutts delivered by the robots, as well as the use of various weapons including swords, whips, missiles and energy cannons. Attacks occasionally result in spurts of luminous blue slime from the monsters. There are also some scenes of undetailed human on human violence, including fist fights and shootings.

Threat

Several scenes show terrified civilians fleeing from rampaging monsters or dodging falling buildings. In a flashback to a character's childhood, we see her become separated from her family during a monster attack.

Injury detail

Occasional moments of moderate injury detail include sight of a wound to a man's side and some blood on another's face.

Language

There is use of the rude middle finger gesture and mild bad language.

Sex references are infrequent and mild.

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READY PLAYER ONE (2018)

READY PLAYER ONE (2018)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 140 minutes

  • Director(s): Steven Spielberg

  • Cast: Tye Sheridan, Hannah John-Kamen, Ben Mendelsohn, Mark Rylance, Olivia Cooke, Simon Pegg

  • BBFCinsight: moderate violence, horror, infrequent strong language

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  • Synopsis: READY PLAYER ONE is a US science fiction drama in which a gamer and his friends race against a sinister corporation to take control of a virtual world by finding secrets hidden within it.

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READY PLAYER ONE is a US science fiction drama in which a gamer and his friends race against an evil company to take control of a virtual world by finding secrets hidden within it.

Violence

Most of the violence is between players in a virtual reality world where wounds are unrealistic and players cannot be seriously harmed. There are battle sequences, stabbings, shootings and martial arts style fighting. In the real world, there is hand-to-hand violence, without sight of injury. A man punches the face of his girlfriend's teenage son.

Threat

In the safety of the virtual reality world, the friends encounter characters and settings from real world famous horror films, including those classified 15 and 18. There is a lot of blood, some knife use, and battle sequences.

Language

There is infrequent strong language, together with milder terms

There are mild sex references including a play on words, and a player rubbing her hands over another's touch-sensitive body suit.

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I KILL GIANTS (2017)

I KILL GIANTS (2017)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 106 minutes

  • Director(s): Anders Walter

  • Cast: Madison Wolfe, Zoe Saldana, Imogen Poots, Jennifer Ehle, Noel Clarke, Rory Jackson

  • BBFCinsight: moderate threat, violence, language, scenes of emotional distress

  • Synopsis: I KILL GIANTS is a fantasy drama in which a troubled teenager escapes the harsh realities of her life by imagining a magical world in which she battles evil giants.

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I KILL GIANTS is a fantasy drama in which a troubled teenager escapes the harsh realities of her life by imagining a magical world in which she battles evil giants.

Threat

There are several scenes in which a young girl is chased or attacked by large and frightening creatures.

Violence

A scene of moderate violence sees a girl beaten by a gang of bullies. There are also moments of more unrealistic action, including battles against giant monsters.

Language

There are uses of bad language.

Theme

There are emotional scenes in which a girl struggles to come to terms with how her life is going, including her mother's terminal illness.

One scene includes sight of a dead deer, with some focus on a gory wound.

There are also occasional mild sex references.

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LIFE OF THE PARTY (2018)

LIFE OF THE PARTY (2018)
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  • Run time: 105 minutes

  • Director(s): Ben Falcone

  • Cast: Melissa McCarthy, Molly Gordon, Julie Bowen, Gillian Jacobs, Debby Ryan, Jacki Weaver, Shannon Purser, Stephen Root, Heidi Gardner, Luke Benward

  • BBFCinsight: moderate sex references, drug misuse, language, comic violence

  • Synopsis: LIFE OF THE PARTY is a US comedy in which a woman goes back to college after her husband leaves her.

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LIFE OF THE PARTY is a US comedy in which a woman goes back to college after her husband leaves her.

Sex

Moderate sex references include jokes about the size and name of people's privates. In one scene, we see a couple adjusting their clothes after apparently having sex in a library, but no sexual activity actually takes place on screen.

Drugs

A group of women accidentally eat brownies laced with drugs. They proceed to act foolishly and vandalise property while under the influence. The drug misuse is not glamorised or seen as a good thing. There is also an additional verbal reference to another drug.

Language

There are several uses of moderate language and some milder terms. There is also some rude wordplay during an archaeology lecture.

Violence

A comic fight scene between two women includes a kick to the crotch and a headbutt.

There are numerous party scenes during which characters consume alcohol and play drinking games.

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TOMB RAIDER (2018)

TOMB RAIDER (2018)
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  • Run time: 118 minutes

  • Director(s): Roar Uthaug

  • Cast: Alicia Vikander, Walton Goggins, Kristin Scott Thomas, Dominic West, Nick Frost, Daniel Wu, Hannah John-Kamen

  • BBFCinsight: moderate violence, threat, injury detail

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  • Synopsis: TOMB RAIDER is a fantasy action adventure in which a woman embarks on a dangerous journey to the last known destination of her archaeologist father.

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TOMB RAIDER is a fantasy action adventure in which a woman sets off on a dangerous journey to her archaeologist father's last-known destination.

Violence

Scenes of moderate violence include a man getting knocked out with a rifle butt, people getting shot with both bullets and arrows, and a woman drowning a man in some shallow water. There is some sporting violence with two women fighting in the ring, with a couple of kicks and punches, flips and MMA style holds. The violence does not dwell on detail, or focus on injuries and blood.

Threat

There is an intense scene in which a ship becomes caught in a storm, and huge waves knock a woman over a few times. There is gun threat when a man and woman are captured. Supernatural threat occurs when a man becomes diseased after touching a corpse; his skin blisters and blackens, and he tries to attack people.

Injury detail

After falling from the wreckage of a plane, a woman has a sharp piece of rusty metal stuck in her stomach with sight of some blood around it. There is a brief close up as a man stitches up her wound.

A woman competes in a cycle chase and makes some risky moves in London traffic; however, there are consequences when the woman crashes into a police car and is arrested.

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DUCK DUCK GOOSE (2018)

DUCK DUCK GOOSE (2018)
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  • Run time: 91 minutes

  • Director(s): Christopher Jenkins

  • Cast: Jim Gaffigan (voice), Zendaya (voice), Lance Lim (voice), Greg Proops (voice), Natasha Leggero (voice), Diedrich Bader (voice)

  • BBFCinsight: mild threat, rude humour

  • Synopsis: DUCK DUCK GOOSE is an animated comedy in which a young male goose is forced to make an unlikely bond with two lost ducklings as they journey south for the winter.

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DUCK DUCK GOOSE is an animated comedy in which a young male goose is forced to make an unlikely friendship with two lost ducklings as they journey south for the winter.

Threat

Frequent scenes of mild threat include a scary one-eyed cat pinning animals down or holding them by the neck and a chef chasing ducklings around his kitchen with a cleaver.

Theme

Scenes of rude humour include animals passing wind or pooping.

There is mild violence as animals fight and comic bottom slapping, bumps and spills.

Imitable behaviour includes a scene showing an animal hiding in an open oven which is accidentally closed behind him and turned on. In another scene we see fireworks tied to a cat and the fuse lit.

There is very mild bad language.

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A WRINKLE IN TIME (2018)

A WRINKLE IN TIME (2018)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 109 minutes

  • Director(s): Ava DuVernay

  • Cast: Storm Reid, Levi Miller, Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Peña, Oprah Winfrey, Zach Galifianakis

  • BBFCinsight: mild threat

  • Note to parents: Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience.

  • Synopsis: A WRINKLE IN TIME is a US fantasy drama in which a girl and her brother search for their missing father in a magical realm.

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A WRINKLE IN TIME is a US fantasy drama in which a girl and her brother search for their missing father in a different realm.

Threat

Children are threatened when they flee a vast storm, fall from great heights and meet sinister red-eyed villains along their journey. A force of evil flies through space and hits the Earth, causing explosions. Two young men, influenced by this evil, bully a homeless man.

There are moments of violence: a girl throws a ball into a bully's face; a girl is caught by the evil force and flung around.

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PETER RABBIT (2018)

PETER RABBIT (2018)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 95 minutes

  • Director(s): Will Gluck

  • Cast: James Corden (voice), Margot Robbie (voice), Daisy Ridley (voice), Domhnall Gleeson, Elizabeth Debicki (voice), Rose Byrne (voice), Sam Neill, Sia (voice)

  • BBFCinsight: mild threat, comic violence

  • Synopsis: PETER RABBIT is an animated adaptation of the Beatrix Potter story in which a rabbit tries to outwit a farmer and save his supply of food.

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MONSTER FAMILY (2017)

MONSTER FAMILY (2017)
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  • Release date(s):

  • Run time: 93 minutes

  • Director(s): Holger Tappe

  • Cast: Emily Watson (voice), Jason Isaacs (voice), Nick Frost (voice), Jessica Brown Findlay (voice), Celia Imrie (voice), Catherine Tate (voice)

  • BBFCinsight: mild violence, infrequent mild bad language

  • Synopsis: MONSTER FAMILY is an animated comedy in which a family learn to learn to be better humans after being transformed into monsters.

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MONSTER FAMILY is an animated comedy in which a family must learn to be better humans after being transformed into monsters.

Violence

We see siblings fighting, including a sister kick her brother. We also see a boy bullied at school, by being dangled above a toilet. There are also comic punches, including a scene where a monster repeatedly slams another into the ground.

Language

There is infrequent use of mild bad language.

There is very mild threat when a vampire craves blood, but controls her urges.

There is very mild rude humour including repeated references to a character trumping.

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