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Dwayne Johnson's bare chest; some talk about puberty.

Ashley Judd shows cleavage throughout the movie.

Judd's character intimates to Derek Thompson that she wants to have sex with him. Derek is short from the fairy paste and replies I need to get bigger. Little kids won't get the joke, but parents will.

some rude humor on the loose.

This has Hockey as the main character's profession. Teeth are knocked out.

Words like ''dang fool,'' ''old man,'' and ''hell''. Hades was used.

Derek says "oh, bullshit" but the "shit" part is cut off.

a little strong for a kid's movie, despite the "mild language" reason for a PG rating, but it is still appropriate.

The rock is asked not to "drink and fly" (it is supposed to be funny)

Glasses of wine are shown. Two people presumably drank it.

This is a kid's movie Tooth Fairy. Your kids will be fine.





Rated PG for: Mild Violence.(HBO advisory)


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Rated PG for mild language, some rude humor and sports action
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