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Parents Guide for
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The film contains a scene depicting a fight between the protagonists and some penguins where a fork is used as a weapon.

Another scene depicts two characters getting hit on the head.

One use of the phrase, "Suck it."

'Storks' is an animated film which revolves around a flock of storks which has stopped delivering babies and instead, deliver packages for a corporation. When one of the storks and a girl accidentally turn on a baby making-machine which produces a baby, they have to find a way to deliver the baby to its parents.

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The themes in the film generally have a low sense of threat or menace, and are justifiable by context, hence making them suitable for children below 13 years. Special attention should be paid to their impact on younger viewers.

The film contains some scenes of peril.

These include scenes where a plane loses control and crashes on ice; a scene where a pack of wolves chase the protagonists in order to snatch a baby; a scene where the female protagonist falls into water and is surrounded by wolves; as well as another scene where the antagonist is seen stuck in a machine which topples from a great height, dragging two characters along.

These scenes would thus be more appropriate with parental supervision.

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Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG for mild action and some thematic elements [for users of the IMDb app who are unable to view MPAA's official certification]


MPAA:
Rated PG for mild action and some thematic elements

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