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MPAA Rated PG for action and peril, some rude humor, and thematic elements.

Sex & Nudity

  • Go Go wears tight clothing throughout the film.
  • Baymax tells Hiro that he is going through puberty, and he will start to grow more body hair. Baymax continues to explain in which areas Hiro will get body hair but is stopped before he says anything inappropriate. He also tells him that he will begin to experience "strange new urges".

Violence & Gore

  • In a ruined building, Hiro and Baymax are chased by his stolen mircobots. They make their escape but as they do that, they get thrown up and get hit. They both escape unharmed.
  • A masked man attacks people with microbots that form columns, swords, and other shapes. They fight back with various weapons including laser swords, flamethrowers, chemical balls and flying disks. Characters are thrown around a lot, but no blood or serious injuries.
  • A robot goes on an out-of-control rampage, flinging people aside and attempting to kill someone.


  • Words also included dumb ,what the heck and idiot.
  • 1 use of knucklehead and bonehead by Tadashi.
  • 2 uses of "Oh my Gosh" and one "Holy mother of Megazon!"

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Champagne is served at a grand opening ceremony.
  • Baymax's battery begins to drain and he shows all the classic signs of intoxication although he is not drunk.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Baymax's changing behavior fighting the bad guy can be unsettling, intense and really frightening as he throws his rocket fist, sensors are red and the rest of the team tries to stop him but his intense fighting behavior is stopped by Honey Lemon as she puts his good chip back.
  • There are scenes throughout the movie very unsettling and frightening for younger viewers watching this.
  • The film's supervillain, Yokai, dresses in black wearing a kabuki mask. Disturbing for young children.
  • In the beginning, when Tadashi presents Baymax to Hiro, at the end of Hiro's check-up, Baymax reveals to Hiro that he's allergic to peanuts. This is obviously played for laughs, but the implications are a bit unsettling.
  • Tadashi's death can be frightening to children.
  • Tadashi's death in a fire can frighten young children.


The Parents Guide items below may give away important plot points.

Violence & Gore

  • Tadashi dies from an explosion after visiting the convention center.
  • Not only are the parents of the little boy deceased when the movie begins but he watches his only brother get blown up (he dies).
  • Baymax. Dies but in the end he comes back
  • A character is killed in a fire, but his death occurs offscreen.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Professor Callaghan can be frightening to children.
  • The death of the lead character's brother may upset some viewers.
  • In an unsettling character turn, a friendly robot is reprogrammed to kill someone. It is almost successful, but other characters prevent it from killing the man, but are hurt by him.

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