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'Victor Frankenstein': 3 points for parents
DF-06675 - Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy) and his equally brilliant protg Igor Strausman (Daniel Radcliffe) react to a troubling development in Victors experiments. - photo by Shawn O'Neill
Points for parents

  • Violence: A woman falls from a trapeze and is seriously injured. A man is caged to keep him from running away. As two men flee, their pursuers throw knives and pick up a rifle. A grotesque animal attacks a man. Another man uses a fire extinguisher to kill the creature. A mans hand is caught in moving gears. A building interior is severely damaged by exploding equipment, many people inside do not survive. Two men fight a creature, blood is seen spurting from bullet wounds.
  • Gore: Fluid is drained from the back of another man in a hurried fashion. Body parts are seen on trays with probes and wires, some move. A creature is pieced together from animal parts and flies fly out of it. A mans hand is wrapped in a bloody rag after an injury.
  • Sexuality: A mans shoulders and feet are seen in the shower. A couple is seen kissing on the floor; he is shirtless. Later, the woman is tending to the mans wounds in bed while he is shirtless.