An extremely wealthy man, dying from cancer, undergoes a radical medical procedure that transfers his consciousness into the body of a healthy young man. But all is not as it seems when he starts to uncover the mystery of the body's origin and the organization that will kill to protect its cause .
|nudity||no nudity. There is one main love scene. A woman's bare back is shown as she undresses. Her front is shown, but her arms cover everything. The same woman is shown from a side view where you can see the side of her breasts. No nipples are shown. There are other scenes that insinuate sex with multiple women, but nothing is shown.|
|violence||Scenes of violence, some resultant injuries are shown. In a slightly prolonged sequence, a man is shot in the knee while another is accidentally set on fire. In another scene, a man kicks a guard in the back, breaking his spine. In a separate scene, a man is set on fire and is seen struggling on the ground briefly. While there are portrayals of injury and bloodshed, the scenes do not dwell on the suffering of the victims.|
|profanity||Quite a bit for a PG-13 Movie. One F-word, S-words, other milder cussing, and the Lords name misused several times.|
|alcohol||The main character takes red capsules consistently throughout the movie.|
|frightening||Official Ratings are included below by IMDB.|