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Early on Dory believes that she is to be conducting a class on the "birds and the bees" and says, and I'm paraphrasing, "Oh, it's that class. When a mommy fish and a daddy fish love each other very much..." but she is stopped before going any further.

Hank reveals that he lost a tentacle while being handled by a person.

Various gags involving bodily fluids.

Marlin exclaims that he's going to be seasick and is shortly after.

One brief use of the phrase, "Suck it," by an octopus.

A large squid attacks Marlin, Nemo, and Dory.

There is a pervasive theme of losing one's family throughout.

Dory is put in a bucket with other, dead fish. This is played to comedic effect however.

There are several scenes where either Dory or Marlin and Nemo are in peril.

Towards the end of the movie, Dory finds out how she was 'separated' from her parents. This scene is can be very emotional.

Dory, throughout the movie, has flash-backs of when she was little. These scenes are also emotional.

Official MPAA rating: PG for mild thematic elements.

Rated PG for mild thematic elements

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