Parental Guidance: ‘Glass’
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Parental Guidance: ‘Glass’

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    This image released by Universal Pictures shows James McAvoy in a scene from M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass.”

‘GLASS’

>> Rated: PG-13 for violence including some bloody images, thematic elements and language

>> What it’s about: A sequel to “Unbreakable” and “Split,” “Glass” unites three iconic M. Night Shyamalan characters in a mental hospital to understand the realities and dark side of superpowers.

>> The kid attractor factor: Teens will be drawn to the genre and familiarity with the characters.

>> Good lessons/bad lessons: What makes us different doesn’t make us a “mistake,” it makes us extraordinary.

>> Violence: Some extreme fighting, references to terrorist attacks, abuse, etc.

>> Language: Some swearing

>> Sexuality: None

>> Drugs: None

>> Parents advisory: None of the violence is too graphic and gory — fine for teens and possibly for older kids if they are interested.

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