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|MPAA||Rated PG-13 for adventure action, suggestive content and some language|
Sex & Nudity
- A surprisingly clean comedy, hardly any crude humour at all. At worst, there's a joke about a girl peeing while standing up for the first time in the body of a male video game character (aka a male avatar).
Violence & Gore
- All violence is done for comedic purposes, there is no extreme violence. There is a frightening scene where a man is being attacked by a hippo.
- We see some people being attacked and/or eaten by jaguars, etc. It is not graphic but could be frightening for young children.
- Characters are seen throwing each other off a cliff out of anger, but they respawn after a short amount of time.
- Spencer gets in a large, exaggerated fight with a group of men in a market, punching them and blocking their attacks, and throwing others into walls or through the roof. He throws one man through a stone column, and breaks another's neck, though the camera cuts away so you don't see it happen.
- 1 use of "Bitch"
- Minor profanities only, including "shit", "ass", and "damn" are used infrequently.
- Ass, bad ass, and jack ass are the "choice" expressions used in this film and quite frequently.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Several teenagers trapped inside the bodies of adults drink alcohol for the first time, and while doing so, discuss that they had never had alcohol beforehand. Two characters immediately spit it out because they think it is disgusting.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- In one scene, a character with a "cake weakness" comically explodes when he accidentally eats some cake. No gore and is played for laughs, although this may shock some younger viewers.
- In this film, characters are allowed to die more than once. Some of the characters experience brutal, albeit gore-free, deaths, such as being trampled by a stampede of animals, falling off cliffs, and, in two instances, a character murders another character (the first time in the heat of an argument, the second time as a distraction so other characters can escape a volatile situation).