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Is the sky really falling, or is Chicken Little (voice of Zach Braff) merely crying wolf? After one false alarm, the tiny hatchling must find a way to regain the trust of his father (Gary Marshall) -- before aliens really do start dropping from above.
Why Is Chicken Little Rated G?
Chicken Little is rated G
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Most parents won’t have any serious content concerns for ‘tweens and teens, but young viewers may find it a bit scary when aliens appear to attack Earth and vaporize many characters. There are also instances of teasing and name calling between popular and unpopular students. This ongoing confrontation is never resolved and ends on a somewhat vengeful note. Mild scatological humor, and a veiled nod to “Girls Gone Wild” (and a few other adult-oriented films) are also included, but these remarks will likely fly over the heads of most children.
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Home Video Notes: Chicken Little
Release Date: November 8, 2011:
Chicken Little releases in 3D on November 8, 2011. The Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack includes:
- Filmmaker Q&A: Hatching Chicken Little - The Making of the Movie
- About Filmmakers Q&A
- Music video: Shake A Tail Feather (performed by The Cheetah Girls)
- Music video: One Little Slip (performed by Barenaked Ladies)
- Audio Commentary
- Movie Showcase: One Little Slip (karaoke / sing-along)
- Alien Invasion Game
- Deleted Scenes
DVD Release Date: 26 March 2006
Get your little chicks clucking with the DVD release of Chicken Little. Get cracking with a nest full of deleted scenes (which includes three alternate endings), a making-of featurette titled Hatching Chicken Little, and an interactive video game called Where’s Fish. There’s also some music options like The Cheetah Girls roaring out Shake Your Tail Feathers, and the song One Little Slip that you can either perform Karaoke style or just watch the Barenaked Ladies music video version. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1), French and Spanish