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Sex & Nudity


Bart skateboards nude through a town and his bare legs, abdomen and buttocks are visible, while his genitals are blocked by different items as he passes; he continues through the town and at one point his genitals (in cartoon outline) are shown briefly for comical effect.

Homer and Marge stand in a bedroom, Marge's dress is torn up the back by a friendly deer's horns and she is left wearing a short negligee that reveals cleavage and bare legs; Homer is helped out of his clothes by many friendly birds (we see him bare-chested and wearing jockey shorts), they walk together toward the bed, and animals in the room look on with alarm -- the scene ends implying that they are having sex.

We see Bumblebee Man and a horse kissing on TV, and then Homer asks Spider Pig if it thinks they should also kiss to break the tension (we do not see them kiss, the situation is interrupted by Marge).

Homer and Spider Pig share the opposite ends of a carrot, and Homer blows on Spider Pig's stomach and makes raspberry noises.

Two male police officers kiss passionately and grab each other's buttocks, and go into a room.

Homer and Marge kiss in a few scenes.

Homer asks an Inuit woman which way to go and she uses her breasts (kept under clothes) to point the way.

Bart strung up by his pants on a flagpole exposes a bit of his buttocks cleavage.

Homer is shown bare-chested.

We see a man in jockey shorts after people steal his clothes and two men in their underwear.

A Homer says, "Anything more than two shakes and it means you're playing with yourself."

A man says, "My wives are gonna kill me." It is shown that he has two identical twins as wives.

Ralph sees a nude Bart skateboarding go by and says, "I like men now."

Bart is concerned about people seeing his "noodle" if he skateboards nude through the town.

Bart invites Lisa to "canvas" him.

The inuit woman has large breasts and a man teases her by calling her "boob-lady."

Ned Flanders says that he has a confession to make and Homer is hoping he is going to confess to being gay.

Violence & Gore


When Homer is fixing the roof with Bart, Homer accidentally pokes the back of the hammer into his eyes. Nothing happens to him. This scene is shown in the beginning of the movie as well as during the end.

Dr. Nick is struck by a large piece of glass from a dome and is shown pinned under it (he is probably dead, and seemingly cut in half, but no blood is evident).

The CEO of the EPA loads a shotgun and points it at Homer and Bart, and then Maggie drops a rock on the EPA CEO's head and knocks him out.

Homer seems to strangle Bart a couple of times, once for "Laughing at something that's funny" (Bart is OK).

Itchy stabs Scratchy through the chest and abdomen several times while on the moon, Scratchy collapses, breaking his helmet and when exposed to the lack of atmosphere gasps and one of his eyes bulges.

Itchy launches many nuclear missiles toward the moon, Scratchy on the surface of the moon screams opening its mouth wide, the missiles fill its mouth, and one on the outside sprouts a boot that kicks the cat in the stomach and causes all of the missiles to explode.

Homer rides a motorcycle around the inside of a sphere twice, and when he reaches the top he crashes down to the bottom with the motorcycle landing on top of him (Homer yells each time).

A mob of people carry a car where the Simpsons family are hiding, the family climb out and into a tree house, passing several nooses that are hanging from a branch; Homer dangles from a noose wrapped around his neck and arm, and he is poked with a pitchfork and a saw is thrown at him.

People throw stones at Homer as he walks through a crowd (we see spurts of blood).

Several large trees begin to grab and hold onto Homer, they slap him, they begin pulling off his limbs and his head one-by-one, and then he is put back together.

Homer sinks into a hole in the ground, people scratch at his head using their hands, then a rake, and he is shot in the head with an arrow, which is pulled out later; police officers shoot at the hole after he goes all the way through, the hole spins and swirls and pulls a house in, destroying it, and pulls other large items into it too.

Two mafia members drag a body to a lake's edge to dump it in (they are stopped, and they leave with the body).

Lisa is slammed into the ceiling by a scissor lift (we see plaster rubble in her hair but she is OK).

Many planes fly overhead carrying a large dome that is lowered over a town, pinning a man under it (we see him flattened); all of the townspeople are trapped inside the dome.

Police SWAT team officers fire their guns at a dome, and the bullets ricochet striking them (they fall down holding their arms and legs in pain).

A police officer fires his gun and nearly shoots himself in the head.

A robot grabs a police officer's gun and shoots itself in the head (we see sparks fly and wires are exposed).

Birds fly into the side of a dome (we see them flattened), and they slide down toward several cats that are waiting.

A wrecking ball nearly hits a truck, then swings back to strike the vehicle it is attached to, and Homer, who is operating in, becomes stuck to the ball, which swings back and forth between a rock and a building (Homer yelps with every strike); it then drops to the ground, and over him (he's OK).

The simpsons family falls from a wooden plank high off the ground, they slam to the ground and Homer slams into a grill (they are all OK).

Martin with a wooden plank strikes Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney who have apparently been bullying him and then he strikes two of them again, exclaiming how much fun it is.

Homer uses a bug zapper to fish: he zaps the water, many dead fish float to the surface, he grabs one (he is zapped), he takes a bite (he is zapped again) and continues to eat the fish and be zapped simultaneously.

A man punches a man, a boy punches a boy in the stomach, and a girl punches a boy in the face.

A large pack of sled dogs attack Homer then abandon him after he was whipping them earlier trying to make them go faster during a long run.

People are chased by barking and snapping dogs.

Bart pokes a many-eyed squirrel in several of its eyes with a stick.

Bart boy slams into a restaurant window and must be squeegeed off, and he is then handcuffed by police to a pole outside the restaurant.

Bullies string Martin on a flagpole by his pants.

A bomb explodes causing a glass dome to shatter and shards shower down on many people, like snow.

Bart shoots a BB gun at Homer who's carrying many bricks strapped to his back (he is not harmed).

Maggie points a broken bottle at Krusty's monkey assistant, Mr. Teeny in a threatening manner. People break through a door and try to grab Homer who pretends to have a chainsaw.

Bart climbs onto a TV antenna, Homer shakes it, Bart falls off, slides down the roof, hangs onto the gutter, and Homer holds a hammer over Bart's hand but Homer breaks through the roof before he can strike

Bart, Lisa, Maggie and Marge are shackled and locked in the back of a truck, and they are then sprayed with a gas that makes them fall asleep.

Homer strikes himself in the eye with the back of a hammer and screams, and then nails himself in the leg with a hammer and nail, stands up and runs around screaming.

A barge where the Punk Rock band Green day plays begins to dissolve from pollution in a river, the barge sinks and the band members (Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool) slip into the water, presumably dying.



2 middle fingers, 5 scatalogical tems, 8 anatomical tems, 9 mild obscenities (hell, damn, ass, goddamn) , name-calling (Chicken, morons, drama queen, wusses, wiener, stupid, idiots, boob lady, phony baloney), 1 religious profanity, 7 religious exclamations.


Homer, Otto, and Jimbo all smoke marijuana from a bong.

Bart drinks a small bottle of whiskey and becomes drunk, and there are several empty beer bottles in a bar scene.

A woman smokes a pipe.


There are some domestic/relationship themes that may confuse or upset young children. Some scenes contain a mild sense of threat.

The band Green Day drowns in a contaminated lake.

In a dream sequence, Homer is torn apart by trees.

There is a very funny song called "Spider Pig" played in random parts throughout the movie, the one in Homer's dream sequence might be scary to small children.

The concept of forever being imprisoned may offend or terrify some viewers.

The scene where Marge, Bart, and Lisa are captured by Russ Cargill may be a little intense.

The Simpsons' escape scene is intense and about 5 minutes to 10 minutes long. There is implication to 5 people's lives (death), and some brief blood.

Total: 23/50

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Rated PG-13 for irreverent humor throughout
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