About Black Adam
After 5,000 years of being imprisoned Black Adam, who was given powers from the Egyptian gods, is freed and begins to seek justice. The film stars Dwayne Johnson (Black Adam), Aldis Hodge (Hawkman), Noah Centineo (Atom Smasher), Sarah Shahi (Adrianna), Marwan Kenzari (Ishmael), Quintessa Swindell (Cyclone), Bodhi Sabongui (Amon) and Pierce Brosnan (Dr. Fate).
Best for: Ages 12 and up
There is a fair amount of fighting with guns.
Several characters are shot and bloody wounds are visible
Highly unrealistic fight scenes
A fair amount of language.
Use of the words, sh*t, ass, damn, and bastard
Fight with demons and zombies may be frightening
Black Adams is part of the DC Extended Universe. The story asks what make a character a hero or villain? What motivates their actions? If your kids are used to Marvel movies, Black Adam is more intense and gory than most Marvel movies however, it remains on-par with most DC movies. There is a lot of fighting and violence and characters including women and children are killed. There is a good deal of profanity but nothing as severe as Suicide Squad. There are also some frightening creatures like zombies and monsters that may be too scary for sensitive children.