Courage, heroism, protecting those you love, belonging to a community, acting for the greater good. Themes include teamwork, perseverance, courage. Shows how important family and friendship are, how the concept of family is more than blood: People can have incredibly strong chosen families, with friends who love you unconditionally. Emphasizes idea of knowing and being who you are, not who you think you're destined or supposed to be to please others.
Positive Role Models & Representations
Frequent, intense comic book-style action violence. It isn't especially gory, but there are a couple of injuries/deaths, plus frequent peril and danger. Characters are killed and severely injured. Viewers see people plummeting to their death; being stabbed, crushed, shot, or impaled; pursued by scary, demon-like monsters, etc. Explosions/destruction. Lots of hand-to-hand combat. Weapons include guns, spears, bows, explosives. Mourning/sadness. Arguments, yelling, shouting.
A couple fight in a way that telegraphs attraction (it looks like dancing). Later, they embrace, kiss, are shown as being married with children.
Occasional language includes variations on "s--t": "s--t," "holy s--t," "bulls--t," each said a couple of times. "What the hell" and "damn" also pop up.
Brands seen on-screen include Lucky Charms, Adidas, BMW, and Bose. All Disney/MCU films and characters have lots of off-camera merchandise available.
Ease of Play
Possible glimpse of drinks as adults eat out at a restaurant.