Overall, The Lost Medallion is a decent film for children and younger viewers. It should help parents distract their kids benignly for an afternoon, but it’s unlikely to create any real waves in the cinematic ocean.


  • Language/Profanity: Squeaky Clean
  • Drugs/Alcohol: None
  • Sex/Nudity: A boy is briefly shown shirtless, some island woman where native clothing but nothing is shown, celebratory dancing.
  • Violence: Some Kung Fu action, the medallion’s rightful king is killed off-screen, a man is killed by a poisoned fingernail, a few men are thrown into a bottomless pit, one character is killed after jumping in front of an arrow, a short car chase, a man threatens another with a knife, a man is choked to death, firecrackers are set off.
  • Religion/Spiritual Themes: Christian themes are sprinkled throughout the entire movie: Alex teaches a girl that God doesn’t make anyone by accident; selfish Huko learns that a true king must first learn to serve others; the medallion grants wishes but only to those with a selfless heart; when asked why he would die for them one character responds, "because long ago someone died for me;" lessons against pride and selfishness.

Crosswalk.com: The Lost Medallion Teaches Kids About God's Love from crosswalkcom on GodTube.

Publication date: March 1, 2013