Vengeance is a Mother
Single mother Karla McCoy lives a perfect life with her young son Frankie. One day, upon entering a local park, Karla sees her son suddenly being abducted out of the blue by a kidnapper. To save Frankie from being taken, Karla goes out on a mission to demand people in the city to help rescue her son.
|nudity||The main character wears a semi-revealing shirt for the vast majority of the movie, though she isn't sexualized at all|
|violence||There is some blood shown on character's faces, but otherwise the violence is rather tame as far as graphic-ness goes A young boy is forced into someone else's car. He can clearly be seen struggling The majority of the movie is a car chase. Characters, specifically children, are often put in peril as a result A few car crashes A woman gets hit by a car. She is seen with a pained expression, implying she is hurt, but not dead A woman is seen with blood on her face from a car crash Characters shoot at each other with a shotgun One character is hit over the head with a shovel. We later see his bruised face One character is drowned A car slides down a slope and hits a tree, where one of the characters inside is crushed and killed. May be some blood but nothing else, but it may be disturbing to some viewers Two characters fight in a car and one gets pushed out. We later see the character who got pushed out covered in red sores, likely from the tumble she took when she fell from a moving vehicle|
|profanity||One use of f*ck One or two uses of son of a b*tch|
|frightening||The movie is about a young boy being kidnapped and his mother who chases down the kidnappers to save him. Some aspects of this movie may frighten younger audiences, and a lot of the action may be considered fast-paced to some viewers The movie is almost entirely a long car chase, so for some it will be a non-stop intense action movie Overall the movie is rather tame for one with this premise as far as violence goes, though there is a decent amount of it. It just isn't graphic. Rated R for peril and violence.|