Why is 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea is rated G for
Violence: C+ Talk of sea monster, man hit with cane, street fight between sailors, at least 3 scenes with ships blowing up, battle between ship and sea monster, men thrown overboard, scene of underwater funeral, fight with sailors on sub, man tries to drown others, shark attacks men, men caught stealing, scene depicting slave camp, man is punched in face and ribs, skulls in tree, cannibals shoots arrows and attack men, men shocked by electrical sub, warship fires on sub, intense scene of squid attacking submarine and sailors, men attacked on island, man shot in back with gun, men fight in sub and one man tries to drown the other man, island blown up by explosives, man appears to die from gunshot wound, sub sinks with men on board.
Sexual Content: A- Woman shown wearing dress with lower cut neckline, man sings a rowdy sailor song with some questionable references to women, man makes comments about women and native girls.
Alcohol / Drug Use: C+ Men are shown consuming alcohol on several occasions, man is portrayed as drunken on at least two occasions, men smoke cigars.
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|