Mr. Popper's Penguins
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2 anatomical terms (1 mild), 2 mild obscenities, 9 religious exclamations.

Several scenes of penguins defecating. The first time is the most disturbing, especially because it's so closeup.

A woman jokes, "I don't do drugs," when Popper quotes a song from the '60s.

Men and women are seen holding glasses of champagne.

A man discusses champagne and we later see him pouring some for a woman and he then drinks from the bottle (he promptly spits it out.)

A woman tells a man that her father had poured champagne for someone.

A woman is seen with a glass of wine in front of her, and a man jokes to a woman that "You're drunk, I like that."

A brief reference to Viagra.

The death of a penguin (in egg) may be disturbing and upsetting to some children.

Rated PG for mild rude humor and some language

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