SceneRadar is a timestamped movie alert system. The site warns you about scenes containing nudity, sex, violence and gore.
An alert is any scene that can trigger, bother or upset the intended audience. So for a G-rated film, a simple slap or argument may be listed as an alert. For an R-rated film - the bar will be higher.
SceneRadar tries to add alerts which are at least 15 seconds long. Profanities are short and frequent. Adding them can clutter up the report without adding much value. If you are worried about profanities, you can check the IMDB parental guide instead.
The timeline graph displays the run time of the movie. You can use this to verify which edition was used for the report.
I use the IMDB popularity rating to decide whether to cover a movie. To cover a movie it will need to be either
For G/PG rated movies, the threshold for alerts is a lot lower.
There are three types of alerts.
_ Violence type alerts. This may also include scary scenes, profanity, sexual violence or bloodshed.
_ Nudity or sex.
_ General purpose alerts which don’t fit in the above two.
And three levels of alerts - Light, Medium, Extreme.
Scenes that are unverified have this badge unverified
Verified scenes are either
Other scenes are categorized as unverified scenes. Unverified scenes do not appear on the timeline graph.