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Talk about your magnetic personality! Somehow Jerry's (Jack Black) body has become magnetized and his presence at his friend Mike's (Mos Def) video store accidentally erases the entire inventory! In order to stay in business, the pals begin shooting their own version of all the titles they have lost.
Why Is Be Kind Rewind Rated PG-13?
Be Kind Rewind is rated PG-13 for some sexual references
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Worried about government conspiracies, Jerry attempts to sabotage a power plant. During the process, he is electrocuted and becomes magnetized (including his urine). He is also showed throwing up and urinating in the street. Two characters are caught during a break-in and while defacing public property. Brief sexual dialogue, innuendo and crude comments about bodily functions are included in the script, along with infrequent profanities, vulgarities, and scatological slang. An unintentional overdose of an over-the-counter drug, alcohol use and a home remedy to cause vomiting are shown.
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Worried about invading aliens, two children and their uncle make protective headgear out of aluminum foil to keep their thoughts private in the science fiction film Signs. In another comedic role, Mos Def plays a space traveler trying to make his way across the universe in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The consequences of being magnetic prove just as problematic for a knight in metal armor in The Court Jester.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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DVD Release Date: 17 Junes 2008
With the DVD and Blu-ray release of Be Kind Rewind, fans can play it again… and again. Bonus materials include Passaic Mosaic (a tribute to the people and places of Passaic, New Jersey),
The Making of Be Kind Rewind, A Tribute to Fats Waller (featuring Michel Gondry, Mos Def and Jean-Michel Bernard), A Conversation with Jack Black and Director Michel Gondry and the opportunity to hear Jack Black and Mos Def improvise a few songs. Audio tracks are available in English (Surround Sound 5.1 and Stereo Surround 2.0).