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Elastigirl fears that Bob is having an affair.

Mirage tends to speak in a flirtatious way.

Syndrome catches the Incredibles and is surprised that Mr. Incredible married Elastigirl. He then looks at their kids and says "And got busy!"

Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl repeatedly kiss and playfully "goose" each other.

Elastigirl checks out her rear in a mirror.

A woman wears an outfit that reveals a bit of cleavage.

Dash makes fun of Violet for being "hungry" for Tony Rydinger.

Multiple fight scenes in which people are hit, kicked or punched.

A man is punched and loses several teeth.

An extended scene shows several superheroes presumably dying from a costume-related flaw.

Several scenes in which multiple flying devices piloted by evil henchmen explode during a chase.

A robot is shown attacking a city, hitting buildings and crushing cars.

A car hits a fallen tree, the driver is shown hanging out of the side window unconscious.

A man jumps off a building in a suicide attempt but is saved by Mr. Incredible.

A decomposing superhero is seen

Two scenes in which a person (Stratogale, and later, Syndrome) is presumably killed by being sucked into a jet engine.

Mr. Incredible grabs Mirage by the throat (in temporary anger) and chokes her, eventually letting her go when she explains that his children are alive.

A computer display lists various superheroes who have been "terminated".

Startled, a character blurts, "What the ...," then trails off before finishing. Interjections of "my god" and "jeez" pop out of characters' mouths a number of times.

A character consumes (or is about to consume) wine and a mixed drink. One of Syndrome's henchmen opens a bottle of champagne while playing a sadistic drinking game with his comrades. A couple of innocuous alcohol references.

The movie can be scary and intense for some kids at certain times...hence the PG rating.

There is a slideshow showing the silhouette of a robot and pictures of a bunch of superheroes flashing by with the word "terminated" appearing in front of them.

Many bad goons attack two children. This is presaged by Elasti-Girl warning her children that those goons are a deadly threat to them and will not hesitate to kill them if given the chance.

The robotic droid that Syndrome creates with his threats and actions may scare younger viewers.

Mr. Incredible comes across a computer where he learns that Syndrome has murdered many of his fellow heroes, so that may sadden kids.

A long scene involves a plane carrying a family being targeted by missiles. The plane gets destroyed, but the family survives.

If movies had ESRB ratings: E10+ for Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief, Use of Alcohol

Rated PG for action violence (certificate 39772) (on print)
Argentina:Atp / Australia:PG / Brazil:Livre / Canada:G (Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Québec) / Canada:PG (Nova Scotia/Ontario) / Chile:TE / Finland:K-11 (original rating) / Finland:K-7 (re-rating) / France:Tous publics / Germany:6 / Greece:K / Hong Kong:I / Iceland:L / India:U / Ireland:PG / Japan:G / Malaysia:U / Netherlands:MG6 / New Zealand:PG / Norway:7 / Peru:Apt / Philippines:G / Portugal:M/6 / Singapore:PG / South Africa:PG / South Korea:All / Spain:T / Sweden:7 / Switzerland:7 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:7 (canton of Vaud) / Switzerland:10 (canton of Zurich) / Taiwan:GP / Thailand:G / UK:U / USA:PG (certificate 39772) (on print) / USA:PG (certificate 41083) (actual)

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