||Lots of violence with energy weapons, and many robot characters get killed. Some are crushed, melted, eaten alive, blown to pieces, or simply shot.
Four heroic robots are hijacked and gunned down at seven minutes into the film.
A heroic character sees the villains boarding the ship and jumps up to defend it. He is immediately shot in the chest and falls back, dead. His body is seen for a few more seconds with his wound smoking, showing that the blast went completely through his body.
A character is shot and suffers some kind of internal explosion. His eyes turn orange as fire pours out of his head and smoke pours out of his mouth. He then falls back and explodes. This is particularly graphic and disturbing.
Two heroic robots jump up and begin shooting at the enemies. They are both shot multiple times and they fall back. One dies immediately, the other manages to crawl to the foot of the enemies' leader, only to have his head blown off offscreen.
Several instances of robots transforming into vehicles and then ramming or running over other robots.
Two heroic robots are seen dead. Their corpses are heavily damaged. Their deaths are not shown.
An evil robot transforms into a cannon and disintegrates another evil robot.
Two robots are executed by being fed to robotic sharks.
A heroic robot is shot several times by flying robots and his body explodes into several pieces.
Three characters fly to the main antagonist's mouth in an attempt to find a weak point. He bites down, killing all three characters.
Two robots are seen dropped into a pit of acid and dying an agonizing death. This is fairly graphic.
A villainous robot character gets its face clawed off, and the main antagonist is also defeated in a graphic manner, by falling apart and then exploding.
The fights are generally more brutal than in the TV series, and have lethal consequences.
||A robot gets shot in the chest and the view switches to his face as his eyes change from blue to a fiery red, and smoke pours out of his mouth.
After being fatally wounded, the leader of the heroic robots is shown in a medical bay in the presence of his friends, including a small human boy. After choosing his successor, he succumbs to his injuries and dies. His life monitor flatlines and his glowing blue eyes fade out. Lastly, his entire body turns to a charcoal-like gray color and his head turns down to his shoulder. His friends are visibly upset; and the human boy is tearfully crying on the robot's arm. However, he is brought back to life in the TV series in subsequent episodes. The successor is killed later on, but is rebuilt.
Suggested MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of sci-fi action violence and some language