Pete's Dragon (2016)
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|MPAA||Rated PG for action, peril and brief language|
Sex & Nudity
- Pete is wearing a loincloth.
Violence & Gore
- Grace, Sheriff Dentler, and the deputies are chasing after Pete after he escaped from the hospital while he's trying to get back to the woods to find Elliot. Later, Grace captures Pete and he started to howl like a wolf while the Sheriff, the deputies, and everyone else were watching.
- A deer skull can be seen in Pete and Elliot's cave.
- While Deputy Smalls is trying to get out of his police car, in order to obtain Pete, he briefly says 'Damn it'.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The parents die in a car crash in the first two minutes. He walks away from the upside-down car, past broken glass and smashed animal crackers, to go off alone in the woods.
- The themes in the film generally have a low sense of threat or menace, and are justifiable by context.
- The film contains some scenes that are mildly threatening and may unsettle younger viewers.
- At the beginning, a boy is briefly menaced by a pack of wolves, but they are scared off by a dragon.
- In one scene, a group of men uses tranquilizers and ropes to capture a dragon.
- In another scene, a dragon breathes fire onto a bridge, causing it to crumble and putting a couple's life in danger.
- However, the sense of threat is kept brief as the sequences are resolved with positive endings.