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Still shot from the movie: G-Force.

G-Force

Guinea pigs finally get their chance to prove they are more than just laboratory test subjects in this live-action/animated tale. Sporting attitude and the latest high-tech equipment, these furry friends are an espionage force to be reckoned with! Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: B
Violence: C+
Sexual Content: A-
Language: A-
Drugs/Alcohol: B+
Run Time: 89
Theater Release: 24 Jul 2009
Video Release: 08 Nov 2011
MPAA Rating: PG
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Why Is G-Force Rated PG?


While the stars of this film may be cute little guinea pigs, don’t expect all the action to be child-friendly especially for very young or sensitive viewers. These rodents participate in high-speed chase scenes, and are threatened by dogs and cats, caught in an explosion, crushed in a garbage truck, gassed by exterminators, as well as attacked by armed robots. One guinea pig is caught and almost cooked alive in a microwave oven. A character is thrown in a cage with a poisonous snake. Children drive their pets in a remote controlled car and dress them up in clothes, make-up and pierced earrings. An animal is pushed out of a cage and falls to the floor. Huge robot-like characters attack humans and destroy property. An SUV becomes airborne and crashes into a motor home during a chase scene. Mild sexual innuendo includes suggestive moves and brief discussions. A guinea pig suffers from flatulence problems. After he passes gas, the other pigs attempt to start a blaze using a spark striker. Humans are shown with liquor at a celebration event. A pig holds a food pellet in his mouth like a cigar. Dialogue includes brief name-calling and some rude, bathroom humor jokes.

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