The Bear (1988)
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Sex & Nudity
- Two bears are shown mating with obvious thrusting and heavy panting.
Violence & Gore
- A bear is crushed by a rockslide (bloodless).
- Bear skins are shown having the flesh cut off them.
- A bear is wounded by a gunshot. A close-up of the bullet hitting is shown; blood pours from the wound. The bear's fur is later shown matted in blood.
- Trees and rocks are shown smeared thickly with the blood of an injured horse.
- Two bears eat fish and later dig into the bloody carcass of a deer.
- A pack of dogs fight with a bear. Two of them are thrown off a ledge (landings not shown), one is crushed under the bear, and another is hit by a large tumbling rock. Later, one of the dogs is shown laying next to blood-smeared rocks; its owner shoots it (off-screen) to put it out of its misery. Another one of the dogs walks into camp with a bloody and mangled leg.
- A cougar viciously paws a bear cub in the nose, drawing quite a bit of blood.
- Four uses of "damn" or its derivatives and one use of "by God."
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- A bear cub hallucinates after eating fly agaric mushrooms. Jack smokes.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The scenes mentioned in "Violence and Gore" may be intense for some, especially for children.
- The bear cub has odd nightmares and hallucinations, which may bother some viewers.