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When three Gray Whales get trapped in the Arctic ice, an environmental activist (Drew Barrymore) teams up with a skeptical journalist (John Krasinski) to try and save the aquatic mammals.
Why Is Big Miracle Rated PG?
Big Miracle is rated PG for language.
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Violence: Whales are in peril, one falls prey to disease. Characters debate and argue about the situation.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Mild profanities and terms of deity throughout.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Social drinking.
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Home Video Notes: Big Miracle
Release Date: 19 June 2012
Big Miracle releases to home video with the following bonus extras:
- Commentary with director Ken Kwapis
- Deleted scenes with introductions by Ken Kwapis
- A “Big Miracle” in Alaska
- Truth is Stranger than Fiction