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Sex & Nudity
- Terpsichore (one of the Muses) wears a midriff baring toga
- At one point in the movie, there's a statue of a topless woman (probably Venus de Milo) with nipples showing. (It is shown very briefly though and is easy to miss)
- Some very mild kissing scenes.
- Lengthy sequence of a Greek Goddess seducing a Greek God (both depicted in human form). At the end the male form touches the female's shoulder strap, with an implied intent of removing it.
Violence & Gore
- In one scene, Hercules throws a torch in the Cyclops' eye, although his eye looks fine in the next shot.
- During the battle with the Hydra, Hercules cuts off four of its heads; each time a spray of green slime is seen (at one point, we see a lingering shot of the severed neck). The beast is eventually crushed under a rock slide.
- The three Fates share one eyeball, and pop it out frequently to give it to each other. The Titans wreak havoc with fire, ice, tornadoes, and huge rocks.
- Nothing noteworthy. This is a G-rated picture
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Several of the gods are briefly seen drinking at the beginning of the movie and celebrate with what appears to be wine at the end. Hades smokes a cigar (but can't be affected by it because he's immortal).
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Hades' underworld may be somewhat scary looking for younger kids. Menacing creatures and skeletons are shown, as well as the River Styx, which is full of ghosts.
Violence & Gore
- During the fight with the cyclops Hercules gets slammed into a pillar, blood is seen dripping out of his lip briefly (you'll have to look really close and slow it down to see it), he's covered in bruises.
- Lots of action and comical/slapstick injury throughout the film. Meg is crushed by a pillar, resulting in her death; Hercules rescues her from the underworld.