The Battle of Shaker Heights
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Very little.

Reenactments of World War II battles, although there is no blood (or real gunfire, for that matter). Also some teenage bullying, and a scene of an "assault" on a bully's house (it's actually quite funny).

Moderate language, including a few uses of "bullshit," one use of "fucking," at least three uses of "dick" (which is pointed out in a humorous moment), as well as some milder language throughout.

Possibly some alcohol usage at social functions, perhaps some smoking. One character's dad is a former drug user; he later does drugs again and has a heart attack because of it.

Some of the battle reenactments could be slightly frightening to very young children; the "assault" on the bully's house could seem scary, however it is much too funny (and absolutely lacking in suspense) to be scary.


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Rated PG-13 for language and some drug references

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