||The film contains a brief scene of intimacy between Set and Hator. Set is seen lying next to Hator on a bed and kissing her on the lips. The scene then cuts to the couple waking up in bed, where they are implied to be naked though no nudity is shown.
||Violence occurs periodically over the course of the film, mostly involving hand-to-hand combat between the Egyptian Gods where they are seen trading forceful blows with their weapons.
In some combat sequences, some characters are seen impaled by sharp weapons.
One of the stronger sequences depicts a combat between a group of 'minotaurs' [half bull, half man creatures] and the Egyptian Gods, Horus and Set. It contains depictions of a minotaur's calf being severed by a sword; a minotaur being cut in half; and another minotaur being beheaded by Set, with its severed bull's head seen briefly rolling across the ground.
While the scenes of violence contain some details of injuries, the impact is mitigated by the fantasy setting of the film where the characters are mythical creatures which bleed golden-blood. The film also does not dwell on the infliction of pain and suffering.
||This film is a fantasy adventure that revolves around Bek, a thief who seeks to retrieve the stolen eye of an Egyptian God in an attempt to bring his lover, Zaya, back to life, as the "Eye of Horus" is believed to contain the power of restoration. His adventure spirals out of proportion when the conflict among the Egyptian Gods threatens to destroy the entire world.
Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for fantasy violence and action, and some sexuality
: General - Suitable for all ages, parental guidance is advised for some content/thematic elements, the strongest of which are in bold.