Why is Brave rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Brave is rated PG for for some scary action and rude humor.
Violence: The frequent use of bows and arrows are shown. A character attacks a bedpost with a sword. A bear threatens a family and is attacked with weapons. A man loses his leg in the battle. Children and animals behave badly at the dinner table. During a fistfight, characters bite, pinch, head butt, poke eyes and use objects to hit one another. Characters argue verbally on several occasions. A bird is smacked with a broom. Characters break out in a brawl, firing arrows and throwing axes at each other. A girl falls through a roof. Characters are threatened and chased by an animal. A bear is shot repeatedly. He is shown with arrows hanging from his back. A character is smashed by a large rock. People engage in sword fights.
Sexual Content: A young character dives into a woman’s bosom to retrieve a key. A married couple kisses and shows some moments of affection. Animated, male buttock nudity is shown in a non-sexual context. A man raises his kilt and moons his competitors (no nudity is seen).
Language: Some name-calling is included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use : Characters rush to open the King’s wine cellar to celebrate.
Other: Characters are changed by a spell. A woman practices the dark arts.
|British Columbia||G||Violence, Nudity|
|Canadian Home Video|