World Ends, Word Goes on in "The Book of Eli"
- Monday, January 18, 2010
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- Language/Profanity: Lord's name taken in vain; several obscenities, including the "f" word, the "s" word, "go--ammit."
- Smoking/Drinking/Drugs: Drinking in a bar setting.
- Sex/Nudity: None, but Eli wipes down his upper body and reaches down into his pants; a woman shows off her cleavage and tries to lure a man into a trap.
- Violence/Crime: A gun is shown next to a corpse; a cat is shot and killed by an arrow; human skulls; a body shown hanging from a rope; Eli cuts off a man's hand with a sword, then kills several other men who attack him; Eli delivers a death blow to a wounded man; people are shot and killed; a woman is thrown down and assaulted; cannibalism is mentioned; Eli throws a man's head against a bar, causing him to bleed; men are shot through the groin area and upper body with arrows; a bird is shot out of the sky with an arrow; Eli and Solara fall through a trap door; an extended gunfight between Eli's friends and Carnegie's men; grenade explosions; a man is shot in the gut at point-blank range.
- Religion: A man is told that he'll be held to account for the things he's done; a reference to the Fall and to God's curse in Genesis 3, just before Eli kills several people; Eli says grace with Solara, and later she says grace with her mother and Carnegie; Eli says he grew up with the Bible and knows its power; Carnegie wants to use the Bible as a weapon, a way to keep people under his sway; Eli is said to be "protected somehow; Eli says he reads the Bible every day, and he recites Psalms 23:1; Eli says a voice led him to find the Bible, to take it to the West, and that he'd be protected; Eli says God is good all the time; the message of Scripture is said to boil down to doing more for others than you do for yourself.
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