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Spy School
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

There is some young "puppy" love, and a kiss between the two main characters.

Violence & Gore

Lots of guns being drawn at the end, but no shots are ever fired.

Profanity

None

A man lights up a cigar at one point

There is one scene in the science lab where Thomas (the main character) convinces his friends he's being eaten alive by a chemical weapon. He scares them through a window with a skeleton.

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Rated PG for mild action and brief smoking
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