The King slaps Reynald and then repeatedly strikes him with a small rod slightly bloodying his face. We see a man then making the motion to do that, but we don't see the impact. We see several mass burials on both sides of a battle, with the Christians igniting the bodies on their side seen from a distance. We see many dead and bloody bodies on the ground following a battle. Some of that material, other moments of peril and some visuals including a face disfigured with leprosy might be unsettling or suspenseful to some viewers, while some of that fighting and other stunts might be enticing for some kids to imitate. Reynald and others disobey the standing rules by attacking Muslims. Balian then has blood on his sword blade. For those concerned with bright flashes of light on the screen, there are some flashes of lightning during a bad storm at sea, while some torches flicker in a later scene and thus cause flashes of light. Later, and realizing they're about to lose, says, "Convert to Islam, repent later. Reynald tells Guy to kill Balian, and once the King is dead, three men are sent to carry out the order. Upon seeing that the local priest has his dead wife's cross, Balian takes a glowing hot sword from the fire and drives it through the man, murdering him. We see a deep and bloody cut on a man's arm following a battle. The "Our Take" review of this title examines the film's artistic merits and does not take into account any of the possibly objectionable material listed below. We see bloody results of battle action and people being stabbed, sliced or hit with arrows.