Overall, the movie is a classic good vs. evil scenario, with good triumphing in the end. And the main character learns important things about himself through helping others. Still, Jason's choices do lead to an old man getting shot, Li Yan appears unable to get by without drinking, a young woman is hell-bent on revenge, and a warlord and his henchwoman will stop at nothing to get what they crave.
Fight scenes make up the bulk of the movie, but they're beautifully choreographed and largely bloodless. That said, there are plenty of disconcerting sounds, such as bones breaking and joints crunching. Swords and arrows are repeatedly brandished, and some characters perish. A group of thugs beats up Jason and shoots an elderly man -- an incident that's far more disturbing than the martial arts fights, which appear more like a ballet than a violent skirmish.
A martial-arts fighter crashes through what appears to be a brothel, though the women are fully clothed; later, a villain ogles a woman as if she were an item he was considering purchasing.
Fairly tame, though "s--t" is said a couple of times. Other words include "damn," "hell," "pissant" and "bitch."
Not much of an issue, except for several mentions of Bruce Lee film titles.
One adult character can only thrive when he drinks.