Destroyer | Full Movie
- 2h 4m
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Nicole Kidman gives the performance of her career in this gritty, nail-biting crime drama. In the years since she was part of an undercover assignment inside a drug ring that went horribly wrong, L.A. cop Erin Bell (Kidman) has stumbled along a path of self-destruction. But now that the ring’s boss has resurfaced, Bell must face her demons and begin a new, ferocious quest for peace – and justice.
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Critics Consensus: Destroyer's grueling narrative is as uncompromising as Nicole Kidman's central performance, which adds extra layers to a challenging film that leaves a lingering impact.
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Nicole Kidman is great in dark, violent crime drama.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Destroyer is a crime drama starring Nicole Kidman as a former undercover police detective whose past comes back to haunt her. It's very smart and intricately designed, but it's also very dark and rooted in revenge, with adult themes and no clear takeaways. Violence is strong, with guns and shooting, dead bodies, fighting/beating, bloody wounds, car crashes, a violent bank robbery, and a dangerous Russian roulette-style gun game. There's also fairly graphic sexual material (the main female sexually stimulates a man with her hand), as well as kissing and touching. Language includes uses of "f--k," "s--t," "c--t," "a--hole," "bitch," and more. Characters drink heavily, smoking is shown, and a supporting character is a drug addict (cocaine). An underage teen is found in a bar.
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- Genre:Action, Crime, Drama
- Release Date:December 25, 2018
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD