Stresses the importance of teamwork, communication, courage as Davis, Dr. Caldwell, and even Agent Russell work together to come up with plan after plan to defeat the Wyden siblings and their evil scheme. Also explores how well-meaning research, findings can be used for good or evil, depending on who's controlling information, tools, technology.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Bloody, at times even gory action violence includes seeing the fatal results of genetically modified animals' attacks on humans: The dead are shown eyeless, limbless, flattened into red goo, blown up in explosions. People stepped on, crushed, eaten (in one graphic scene, swallowed whole). Also several scenes of violence against the genetically modified animals, even George, who's shot at again and again with military-grade weapons. Wide-scale property destruction; people sometimes shown flying out of cars, buildings, etc. Paid mercenaries go on a mission to kill an animal and retrieve data. The armed forces are willing to risk a few casualties -- and mass destruction -- to wipe out the killer animals.
Flirting and a few moments of touching/embracing -- mostly out of protection/relief rather than sexual in nature. George the gorilla makes a crude gesture (index finger in and out of a fist) for sex in reference to what kind of "friend" Kate is to Davis.
Somewhat frequent use of strong language, particularly "s--t," "a--hole," "hell," and "bitch." One cut off use of "mother--" with the second half of the word ("f---er") left assumed but not said. One use of "goddamn" and a few uses of "Jesus" and "God" as frightened exclamations.
Dave & Busters is shown being blown up. Ford, Bose.