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MPAA Rated PG for action, violence, and rude humor
Certification

Sex & Nudity

  • A man checks his crotch after his hand shrinks and he screams in horror.
  • Discussion of pigeon anatomy (cloaca) and their means of going to the toilet.
  • Around 44 minutes into the movie there is a scene where a large character drops a towel and their rear end is shown completely. It is shown a few more times repeatedly.

Violence & Gore

  • A lot of fights against villains, mostly through hands and feet, since this is a spy movie.
  • Mild action violence which sometimes results in off-screen injury and implied death.

Profanity

  • One use of bleeped language. and another use of hell yeah

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • The villain could be seen holding a glass of champagne at one point.
  • Main pigeon is drinking a martini on a yacht.
  • Yakuza take shots from shot glasses while 'gambling'

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • This is really PG plus, and likely PG13 if there same movie we're made with real people (not animated). Many intense scenes with the 'bad guy' who has burn scars on his face and is part cyborg, controlling intense looking attack drones.

Spoilers

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Sex & Nudity

  • An overweight man is once shown naked from the rear, and a second time a man is shown naked from the front, with strategically placed items in the foreground obstructing view of sensitive areas.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A man is hanging on to a villain who himself is hanging on to an aerial drone from a great height that is part of a mass of similar machines about to commit a mass murder elsewhere. The first man is about to deactivate the machines before they can do the killing, but the villain reminds him that they will both fall to their deaths if he does so. Regardless, the hero puts the villain in a protective cushion device before he deactivates the machines. He falls to certain death, but his friend in his pigeon manages to get a whole flock of real ones to grab the man and bring him safely down.

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