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Sex & Nudity

A few mild sexual innuendos/references.

David spies on a girl he likes through a telescope.

David is seen shirtless for about a minute, when he is putting on a t-shirt.

A couple of boys are seen shirtless for a minute.

Violence & Gore

While in the woods, David falls down an embankment into a ravine and is knocked unconscious.

An extraterrestrial spacecraft has crashes into some power lines.

A creature eats a kid's hat, nearly his head.

Profanity

Jeff says "Don't take any s**t, David"

Nasa Scientist says "Holy s**t."

Name calling (B*****d, Scuz bucket, Butt face, Little weasel, and Dork.)

In the UK the film is rated 'U' and the profanity in this film is pretty strong for a U

None

There are some mild frightening scenes thru/o, mainly in the first half of the film.

A kid doesn't know what's happening, he's taken to a place where NASA scientists want to find out what's going on and he doesn't like that, and a kid risks his life.

Another kid talks about being forced to hang MISSING signs up every Saturday.

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Certification:
Australia:G / Iceland:L / New Zealand:G / Norway:7 / Spain:T / Sweden:7 / UK:U / USA:TV-PG (cable rating) / USA:PG (certificate #28230) / West Germany:6

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