A man assaults a 12-year-old girl (the only on-screen incident is interrupted, but others are implied), and -- in one of the film's most wrenching moments -- a young child is forcibly taken away from his mother, both of them in tears.
There's a bit of smoking and drinking and one non-sexual moment of nudity when a woman is processed into prison.
Minor strong language includes one use each of "damn" and "bitches." The movie's messages about equality, standing up for what you believe in, and speaking out against injustice are undeniably important, but the idea that violence is the only effective means to an end is tricky.
" /Many important messages: Women deserve equality; believing in something bigger than yourself can offer hope and comfort when it seems like all is lost; friends take care of you and stand up for you; and no matter how difficult it is, you should speak out when you see injustice. On the other hand, messages also include advocating violence as a means to an end and giving up everything you love for a cause.
This section is ready with default data, including the movies showing that day at local theaters. This role is so different from that of Jack Dawson, or even that of Frank Abagnale Jr. This movie solidifies Di Caprio as one of the great actors of his time.He definitely can play a wide variety of characters, and believable at that! I must say I didn’t have a great deal of time for Di Caprio until now, I think this was his second stand out performance in a film in recent times, I agree that Catch Me If You Can is probably his finest hour.Yeah it was Titanic, I think I just got tired of the estrogen fueled opinions on the film when it was released and he unfairly took my ire. It’s sad really that the movie nor the acting got any substantial critical acclaim with it only having average reviews, I guess this begs the question did I enjoy it more because I didn’t know what to expect?Scorsese does a brilliant job of casting, lighting, music, and plot to keep you on the edge of your seat and continually guessing as to what will happen.