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The Invisible | 2007 | PG-13 | - 3.7.4

After being brutally beaten, a young man (Justin Chatwin) is tossed in a storm drain and left for dead. Now in limbo, he moves invisibly among the people who tried to kill him, while trying to find a way to tell someone that he is still alive. Also with Margarita Levieva, Marcia Gay Harden, Christopher Marquette and Michelle Harrison. Directed by David S. Goyer. [1:37]

SEX/NUDITY 3 - A young man and a young woman kiss in bed (they are clothed); she seems to be trying to seduce him, but he pushes her away and leaves.
 A young woman undresses (we see her in her bra and see her bare abdomen), and then showers (we see her bare shoulders and back) while an invisible young man watches her.
 A clothed young woman sleeps and an invisible young man lies next to her, moving his hand along her body but not touching her.
 A bare-chested man lies in bed and a young woman dresses (nothing is visible) and it is implied that they have had sex.
 A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage, a young woman wears a low-cut top that reveals cleavage, and a young man lies in a hospital bed bare-chested.
 A young woman kisses a man.


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VIOLENCE/GORE 7 - A car speeds after a young man who's walking on a dark road, the young man falls down an embankment, two people from the car kick and punch him, and strike him repeatedly with a bat; another person from the car kicks him repeatedly and the young man falls back, striking his head on a rock, and the three other people carry him to a storm drain, drop him in and leave him for dead.
 A young woman holds a gun on a man while he kneels near a cliff, she kicks him and walks away; he then shoots her and she shoots him (they both fall on the ground and there is blood on their wounds). A young woman dies from gunshot wounds.
 Two young men bully another young man, trying to get money from him: they shove and punch him and a young woman with a knife cuts the victim on the thumb (we hear him scream but do not see the cut).
 An unconscious young man is washed away and under water when dam gates are opened and water floods the rocks where he lies.
 A young man is punched hard in the face (he falls to the ground and has a bloody nose), and he is taken to a place where he is shoved and punched and threatened. A woman slaps a young woman.
 A young man imagines being struck by a car, rolls over the top of the car and lands on the street. A young man imagines shooting himself and we hear the shot. A young man imagines throwing a young woman off the roof of a building.
 A young woman tackles a young man onto a lunchroom table and punches him hard in the face. A young man is shocked with paddles while riding in an ambulance and we see him in a hospital bed.
 A man holds a gun to a young woman's back. A man holds a gun to the chest of a young man and forces him to walk. Police with guns surround a young woman, and she runs. A young woman is chased by police, and she slams into cars and winces because of a bloody gunshot wound to her abdomen.
 Blood is smeared on two cars. A bird flies into a window (we see it lying on its back, breathing quickly and then it goes still).
 A young man screams and throws things in frustration in a few scenes. A young woman breaks the window of a jewelry store and steals expensive items. A young woman shoves a man and threatens to kill him.
 A man raises his hand as if to strike a young woman in the face. A woman worries and calls the police to report that her son is missing. A young man dreams about shooting himself (we hear the gunshot in the dream and he wakes up in a start).


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LANGUAGE 4 - 2 scatological terms, 5 anatomical terms, 9 mild obscenities, name-calling (broken), 3 religious profanities, 9 religious exclamations.


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SUBSTANCE USE - Underage people drink at a party, and people drink alcohol at a dinner party. A woman smokes a cigarette.


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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Controlling parents, success, death of a parent, disappointing one's parents, hypocrisy, death of a child, dreams, goals, robbery, auto theft.

MESSAGE - You can't escape guilt.

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