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Botch is seen taking a shower in one scene, except there's no shots of his private parts.

It depends which version you're watching. In the uneditted version there's profanity. In the edit version all profanity was removed.

The vultures are very sinister and might frighten some kids young than 4.

Half the movie revolves on nightmares, and the main protagonists get frighten from them, except the way most of the nightmares are portray aren't intense as they seem to those watching the movie.

Australia:PG / Canada:G (Manitoba) / Canada:F (Ontario) / UK:U / USA:PG

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