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Overall B-

Scorch Supernova (voice of Brendan Fraser) may have universal superhero status, but there is one place he hasn't tried his feats of dare-doing: Earth. After his rescue mission to the blue planet goes wrong, his brother (voice by Rob Corddry) sets off to try and rescue him.

Violence C+
Sexual Content B-
Profanity B+
Substance Use A

MPAA Rating: PG for action and some mild rude humor.

Why is Escape From Planet Earth rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: Escape From Planet Earth is rated PG for for action and some mild rude humor.

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Violence: Characters engage in frequent cartoon violence including punching, threats, shooting, kicking and hitting. A man is repeatedly hit in the face with a broom. Characters use blast tape to blow things up. A man is surrounded by armed characters and hauled off to jail. Vehicles are blown up. A woman is tied up. Characters are shot with tranquilizer darts and jailed, or frozen in glass containers. Characters fall from the sky without parachutes. A man creates a huge weapon designed to blow up planets. A character is chased by a throng of angry animals. A scorpion bites a character on the lip. After punching a man in the face, the attacker says it feels great to punch.

Sexual Content: A painting of a nude couple hangs in a man’s office. A couple kisses. A man misrepresents himself in an online dating service. Brief sexual jokes include comments about probing and don’t ask don’t tell. A man is seen wearing only a towel. Later the towel blows away.

Language: The script contains a couple of terms of Deity.

Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.