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Sex & Nudity

3/10 A boy is briefly shown naked from the waist up. We see nothing else besides that.

A boy and girl share a passionate kiss.

Brief flirting between boys and girls throughout.

Violence & Gore

4/10 There is a small explosion in the beginning of the film, mildly disturbing.

Two men chase a boy through a neighborhood, although the scene is very brief.

It is implied that a boy plans on bullying another boy because he got him suspended.

Two men kidnap a boy, tie him in rope, place cloth around his mouth and leave him in a garage so no one will find him. This scene is slightly frightening since it happens so suddenly.

There are some brief fights and chase scenes, but nothing too disturbing or intense.


2/10 Very mild profanities such as name -calling, and that sums it all up.

1/10 There is one brief scene where a "clone" drinks a drug that will give him the life span of a normal human being.

6/10 The explosion in the beginning and kidnap scene are both frightening and mildly intense.

Besides that, this is a Disney Channel film. Therefore, it should be appropriate for children 6 and up.

Total Estimation :16/50

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