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Sex & Nudity
- Twilight and Flash Sentry share a few intimate moments (hugs, looks,)
- The songs sung by the three villains "Battle of the Bands | Under Our Spell | Welcome to the Show" are pretty suggestive for a children's movie; among them are hips moving and dance numbers. In 'Battle of the Bands' the lead singer touches people's heads and cheeks throughout the song.
- It could be unintentional, but at least one time each, Rainbow Dash's and Sunset Shimmer's breasts are momentarily larger than usual. It might happen to more of the characters, but I only noticed it with those two. They're quick and hardly noticeable scenes. If you aren't looking for it, you probably won't see it.
Violence & Gore
- Minimal violence. The Dazzlings plot to take over by brainwashing the students with their music, which makes them angry and argumentative. No gore.
- None. The only thing close to it is Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy mentioning "kicking somebody's butt".
- Minor insults.
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Not sure if it counts, but when people are bickering back and forth, a green haze forms at the ground. The sirens, or Dazzlings, then adsorb it through their red amulets. The green mist is a physical form of disparity on which the sirens feed and gain power.
Frightening & Intense Scenes
- The final battle between the sirens and the Rainbooms may scare young children with the various transformations by the antagonists (who become ethereal dragon-like creatures).
- The transformations of the Dazzlings into Sirens may be frightening to younger viewers.
- The sequel as a whole, (Villains more mature, added with deeper motives and songs,) is a lot darker for a 'G' rated movie, in comparison to the prequel.