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Uncharted | 2022 | PG-13 | – 2.6.5

content-ratingsWhy is “Uncharted” rated PG-13? The MPAA rating has been assigned for “violence/action and language.” The Kids-In-Mind.com evaluation includes some flirting, an implication of a relationship, a murder by throat slashing with blood shown, several adventurous scenes with people shooting at each other, fighting with punches and kicks, sword play, being thrown from a plane, threats of violence, arguments and at least 1 F-word and other strong language. Read our parents’ guide below for details on sexual content, violence & strong language.


A man (Tom Holland) is enticed to follow clues leading to a treasure, hoping to find his long-lost brother. Based on the eponymous series of action-adventure games. Also with Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas, Sophia Ali, Tati Gabrielle, Steven Waddington, Pingi Moli, Tiernan Jones and Rudy Pankow. Directed by Ruben Fleischer. A few lines of dialogue are spoken in Spanish with English subtitles. [Running Time: 1:56]

Uncharted SEX/NUDITY 2

 – A woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage and her bare back, a woman wears a low-cut dress that reveals cleavage and bare legs to the upper thighs and a woman wears a tank top that it fully soaked and we see the outline of her nipples through the fabric. A woman wears a bathrobe that is off one shoulder revealing cleavage and a bare shoulder. A man is shirtless and we see his bare shoulders, chest and abdomen. A woman wears a bikini top that reveals cleavage, bare abdomen and shoulders. A shirtless man works out doing pull-ups and climbing a rope (we see his bare shoulders, chest, abdomen and back).
 A man tells another man not to be distracted by a woman. A man teases another man for “harboring feelings for that girl.” A woman makes a comment to a man that implies that they were involved in a romantic relationship.

Uncharted VIOLENCE/GORE 6

 – A woman slashes a man’s throat and he gurgles and falls over dead (we see the bloody wound) as several others in the room watch.
 A woman with a knife walks through containers of equipment in the back of a transport plane while two men hide; one man jumps out the open hatch with a parachute and the other releases the containers knocking a couple of men out of the plane (without parachutes), other men in the plane shoot at the man and another woman shoots at two men (they fall out of the plane), she hides in a car and speeds out of the back of the plane hitting a man and they both fall through the air; they jump from the car toward a bale of equipment with a parachute and crash into the water (they surface and seem OK). An unconscious man falls through the air from a transport plane and scrambles to get back onboard when he wakes up; his foot is caught on the straps around equipment still attached to the plane, he pulls free and falls, catches on and tries to climb up as another man grabs him and the first man kicks him causing him to fall to the ground (we do not see the end result but we hear him scream), another man shoots at him, he throws him and the man falls off the containers; another container falls off the plane and the man dodges it but another man is knocked away; the first man pulls himself onto the plane just as a car on the plane speeds toward him, hits him and he and the car plummet through the air (this scene is replayed later with further detail of the end result).
 A woman holds a gun on a man and hits him hard in the head knocking him out. A man spills some vodka on a bar and sets it on fire as a diversion, another man puts out the flames and another man grabs the first man, he gets loose, drinks a gulp of liquor, spits it at the man, it catches fire and he gets away through a hole in a wall. Two men with a sword and a dagger attack other men on a ship’s deck as it is carried in the air by a helicopter, they fight and the other men shoot at them; a few men are thrown overboard and one of the attacking men climbs up into the helicopter and throws the pilot and co-pilot out; men in another ship shoot harpoons and swing on cables to board the ship and fight the remaining man as the two ships collide and one splinters, and the pilot of one helicopter flies through a narrow passage and is cut off by the other helicopter and nearly crashes; one of the attacking men falls overboard and another man falls over the side but climbs back up, he loads and fires a cannon that hits the other helicopter and it explodes and crashes into the ocean below. A woman swings from a cable and boards a ship being carried in the air by a helicopter, she boards the ship and threatens a man onboard with a knife, she releases the ship’s anchor that drags the helicopter, the man kicks her, another man throws a bag filled with gold at her and she falls overboard (we see her swimming below) and the ship falls and crashes on top of her, the mast breaks away and the ship sinks. A man jumps over a wall and sneaks into a room where he is confronted by another man that threatens him and they fight briefly; he gets away, is surrounded by two men on a balcony and he jumps over, swings from hanging lights, they break and he falls to the floor below where he is surrounded by security. A woman holds a knife to a man’s throat until three other men enter and the man leaves the other men to fight with the woman (we see some blows exchanged). A man and a woman are trapped in a tunnel that fills with water and the man gets out just as the water completely covers them, the woman floats motionless and the man pulls her out; she coughs, spits out water and revives. A man tries to break a glass case with a chair and a woman threatens him with a gun; the man takes the gun from the woman, the woman takes the gun back and they fight with punches, kicks and holds and the man throws the woman into the glass case shattering it and she falls to the floor. A woman steals a bag from a man and runs away, two men chase her over walls and through passages and through a fountain, and one man falls into the water, climbs out and jumps in front of the woman in car as she drives toward him (he is not harmed). A woman orders men to kill two other men; several men with guns search through a ship for other men that hide below a deck.
 Two boys break into a display in an exhibit and sirens blare followed by guards; the boys are held by police and returned to a stern nun in an orphanage and the officers threaten to take the older of the boys to jail for repeat offenses. A boy dangles over a balcony and an older boy holds onto him and pulls him up safely. A teen boy climbs out of a window and runs away from police leaving his younger brother behind and alone. A man tries to help a woman light her cigarette and steals her jeweled bracelet. A woman kicks a door to a vault open and climbs on a man’s shoulders to access a tall urn; the urn shatters spilling salt on the floor and three other urns also shatter. A man drives a boat into a cave, dives into the water and swims through a passage to find two large ships. Two men hide in a small space under a ship’s deck and one man remarks about having hidden in the trunk of a car together.
 A man says that another man was shot and he died. People talk about 18 men dying when a ship was lost. Two men argue and one tells the other, “I should have cut you off.” A man says, “Stop trying to play me.” A man accuses another man of looting artifacts in Baghdad. Two boys talk about their parents being dead. Two men bicker and mock each other in several scenes.
 A man says that he thinks he pushed an earpiece too far into his ear (he is fine).

Uncharted LANGUAGE 5

 – About 1 F-word, 26 scatological terms, 5 anatomical terms, 13 mild obscenities, name-calling (punk, kinda weird, accomplice, too good, mark in some bar, sad, idiot, bastards, crazy, genius, wise [anatomical term deleted], stretch, liar, cockroach, greedy, selfish, hater, stupid, double cross, fraud, comedian, worthless), exclamations (wow, you gotta be kidding me, you’re kidding right, shut-up, what the…), 21 religious exclamations (e.g. Jesus, oh my God, God, oh God, Holy [scatological term deleted], for God’s sake). | profanity glossary |

Uncharted SUBSTANCE USE

 – A man asks if another man is high. A man mixes cocktails in a bar in several scenes and serves them to people that drink them, people drink in a dance club, people drink wine, people drink in a bar at an auction house, people drink glasses of wine, and a man offers another man a drink and he declines calling it a Shirley Temple. A woman tries to light a cigarette and when she is unable she does not smoke and says that she is trying to quit.

Uncharted DISCUSSION TOPICS

 – Adventure, lost treasure, abandonment, death of parents, treasure hunting, betrayal, having faith, greed, history, stories, dreams, double-crossing.

Uncharted MESSAGE

 – Money changes people. If something is lost, it can be found.

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Be aware that while we do our best to avoid spoilers it is impossible to disguise all details and some may reveal crucial plot elements.

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