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Remember the Titans
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Parents Guide for
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A teenage football player kisses another (unsuspecting) player full on the mouth for several seconds in the locker room.

Gary and Julius struggle in their room with Julius elbowing Gary in the gut. Gary then holds Julius down and punches him, with Julius then punching him back. Other players then race into the room and struggle with each other.

There's a scene in a school hallway where boys are shoving. Someone gets a bloody nose.

General football violence.

A brick is thrown through Coach Boone's house window. His wife hurries the children into another room while Coach Boone grabs a rifle and prepares to shoot and trespassers. Nobody comes in, though; all we see is a car speeding away.

One of the football players gets into a car accident. At the hospital, his face is bruised and cut up pretty badly.

At least 2 damns, 1 crap, 1 hell, 1 incomplete S.O.B., 2 uses of "Swear to God" as exclamations and 1 ass. Also 2 minced oaths.

On the insult side of things, Denzel Washington's character is called "Coach Coon" at least twice.

Some adults may have drinks at a rally, but the contents of their beverages couldn't be ascertained.

A truck accidentally smashes into a car at an intersection, resulting in the driver of the car being paralyzed from the waist down and we later see him in a hospital with some bloody cut, scrapes and bruises on his face.

There are some fights between football players that may upset some viewers.

Racism may upset viewers.


MPAA:
Rated PG for thematic elements and some language

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