The movie is centered around the murky underground world of big cat trafficking, but also includes the trafficking of humans. As such there are few, if any positive messages to be taken from the movie. Even the "heroes" are mercenaries who admit that they're only saving those in need for financial gain.
Non-stop, graphic violence. Lions attack and kill humans. Human corpses and animal body parts are shown, with flies buzzing around the remains. Several battle sequences with huge body counts and deafening gun shots. Some deaths are gory -- characters die slowly with blood coming out of their mouths, as well as close-ups of people being shot in the head. Characters are also stabbed in the necks from behind. There are multiple explosions, with bodies flung into the air. Fire bombs are thrown into buildings, and a character shoots a missile and blows up a helicopter, cheering when doing so. Innocent characters are taken hostage and locked-up in cages.
Constant use of the words "f--k" and "s--t." One character screams "f--k" in agony after being attacked.