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Daredevil (Director's Cut)
- 2h 13m
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For Daredevil, justice is blind, and for the guilty, there's hell to pay! Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner ignite dangerous sparks and nonstop thrills in this dazzling action-adventure about the newest breed of superhero. By day, blind attorney Matt Murdock (Affleck) toils for justice in Hell's Kitchen. By night, he's Daredevil, The Man Without Fear - a powerful, masked vigilante stalking the dark streets with an uncanny "radar sense" that allows him to "see" with superhuman capabilities. But when the love of his life, fiery Elektra Natchios (Garner), is targeted by New York City's ruthless Kingpin of crime (Michael Clarke Duncan) and his deadly assassin Bullseye (Colin Farrell), Daredevil may be about to meet his match. Featuring Iron Man director Jon Favreau as Foggy Nelson.
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Common Sense Says
Dark, violent superhero adventure has cursing, drugs.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Daredevil is a 2003 movie in which Ben Affleck plays the Marvel Comics superhero. This movie is more somber and much more violent than Spider-Man, including many deaths. The action violence is frequent and unrelenting, including two protagonists who witness the murder of their parents. In a rape trial, the man accused claims that the woman enjoyed it while she breaks down crying as her lawyers look at photographs of her beaten and bruised after the incident. After returning from fighting villains, Daredevil is shown taking different kinds of prescription painkillers. There are sexual references and non-explicit sexual situations; brief nudity, a female breast. A man on trial talks of being high on marijuana at the time the incident in question occurred. Devout Catholics might have a problem with an extended fight scene taking place inside a cathedral. Cigarette and cigar smoking occurs. Occasional profanity includes "f--k," "a--hole," and "d--k," and "s--t" and its UK variation, "s--te."
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- Genre:Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Martial Arts, Crime, Franchise
- Release Date:February 14, 2003
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD