James and the Giant Peach
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Some of the violence is slapstick as the aunts try to kill a spider and end up falling down the stairs, and then one hits the other in the face with a fly swatter as she misses the spider.

There is mild violence such as sword fighting, and kicking between the characters of the movie and with ghostly pirates under water.

1 use of the word "ass". The Centipede says "Holy Shiipwreck!" a pause to make it sound like he was going to say the "S' word.

The Centipede is never seen without a cigar in his mouth, but he never actually smokes it.

Miss Spider smokes in a few scenes.

Aunt Spiker is briefly seen with a cigarette in her mouth.

The aunts are seen drinking something, supposedly champagne.

The scenes of the aunts after they've come out of the water and their makeup has run down their faces may be scary looking to younger kids.

The scenes featuring the Cloud Rhino, with glowing, pupil-less eyes and an overall frightening appearance, will certainly be unsettling to younger viewers. The final scene with the Rhino, where James confronts it, is particularly intense.


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Rated PG for some frightening images
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