Dolittle (2020) Poster


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MPAA Rated PG for some action, rude humor and brief language

Sex & Nudity

  • A man jokes about an animal rear end.
  • Slight innuendo includes a joke about a romantic scorpion and references his "massive stinger" but will most likely go over kid's heads.
  • He shoves a leek up the dragon's anus as well as both of his arms in order to pull out undigested bones and armour.
  • A girl kisses a boy on the cheek.

Violence & Gore

  • A kid fires a shotgun wounding a squirrel.
  • Someone ends up getting attacked by bats.
  • A dragon guarding a cave attacks multiple guards and burns some alive while breathing fire on them but is more implied than actually seen.


  • Damn is used once by the bad guy when they are looking for the tree inside the cave. "I'll find the D*** tree myself."
  • One religious oath ('by God) is used by the villain after the sentence above. Only brief profanity.
  • Four exclamatory uses of 'God.'
  • Two uses of 'heck.'
  • One offensive excrement word.
  • 1 exclamatory use of 'heavens'.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Some wine drinking by king Rassouli and his companions at the dinner table.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Many intense and scary scenes right after they set off on the boat voyage, being attacked by cannons of the larger ship.
  • The dragon attacking guards and burning them alive might be frightening to young children.
  • A drowning scene in the bottomless ocean followed by a short break when no-one knows whether the doctor survived.
  • A tiger viciously attacks a man and scratch a few large gashes on his face. Not bloody but can be frightening to young viewers.

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