Safe for children.
Minimal blood (aside from a brief quick healing nosebleed). Children with average IQs might not even notice people getting murdered left and right thanks to the advanced and highly effective weaponry used that would disintegrate its targets into a puff of ash. In fact, the movie goes out of its way to remind you who it's made for by avoiding any sense of realism and take young minds in a captivating beautiful journey into a mesmerizing beautiful world only the best strain of weed can make possible in the mind of a grown adult.
The Mary Sue saves the world
Main actress is zero depth and perfect in every possible way. In fact, if it weren't for a quick nosebleed, the movie offers zero clue that she's human. It's un-ironic how the movie's producer turned down an offer to be involved in Disney's version of the Star Wars franchise, which was responsible for taking the concept of Mary Sue to unprecedented levels. Now, for those of you reading this who probably missed the times the movie went out of its way to make it blatantly obvious that she is the definition of perfection, are probably wanting of some evidence to prove my point. If this is the case I cannot help you. But if you did notice I'll add that you probably missed that it would take an absolute genius to make a UAV out of a Blade 300X that not only you can control with a smartphone app, but a curious bystander can just snatch away from mid air without risking losing half of his face or at least, getting his fingers severely damaged. I must admit, the fact that I know this makes me as much as an Aspbergers type than makes her character a Mary Sue.
The deep philosophical message
Whether by accident or genius intent, the movie pulls off subtly offering a deep, timeless philosophical message about free will and media's influence on people, while providing the woke crowds the satisfaction that Hollywood has put out yet another climate change awareness lesson driven almost exclusively by need-no-man girl power, if it weren't for its fully disposable male counterpart.
It's not very common when Hollywood puts together such a brilliant level of misdirection. It simultaneously feeds polar opposite crowds, keeping each busy watching one hand while doing something different with the other, and it does all of this in a package made for children and, at face value, by children.
4 stars if you're a child between 1-7 years old.
5 stars if you're woke.
3.5 stars if you're dabbling into existentialism.
2 stars if have Aspergers and like to pretend your opinion matters by creating a movie review.