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Jumanji
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Parents Guide for
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A boy is beaten by several other kids. His nose bleeds.

People bitten by giant mosquitos become very ill, and are rushed to hospital.

Monkeys destroy a kitchen and throw knives at two young children; they also scare several people, crash a car and damage a shop.

A stampede of elephants, rhinos, birds, zebras and other animals run through a town, injuring some people and damaging many things; a young boy is almost crushed to death.

A boy is almost killed by a giant plant.

Giant spiders attack people. A boy tries to kill the spiders with an axe.

A hunter shoots at several people.

A young girl is hit in the neck by a poisonous plant and is seen lying motionless on the floor (presumably dead but due to time resetting, she survives).

Dozens of bats chase a young girl down a street.

A story of a man cutting up his young son up and hiding him in the walls is told, but is shown to be false.

God's name is misused a few times and hell or damn is used once or twice.

"Shit" is heard once, though it is brief.

Alan's father is seen smoking a pipe early in the film.

A homeless man is seen smoking a pipe in an abandoned factory.

The theme of this movie is creepy. In an opening sequence, a boy tries out the game and gets sucked in, with bats flying out everywhere.

As the game progresses, things get more and more frightening. Scenes involving the bats, lions, huge mosquitos, monkeys, dangerous flowers, elephants, spiders, an obsessed hunter and crocodiles are pretty scary and intense.

Judy is killed near the end by a poisonous flower, but is alive again in 1995.


MPAA:
Rated PG for menacing fantasy action and some mild language

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