Why is Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties is rated PG for for some rude humor and mild comic action.
In addition to Garfield’s cantankerous personality, the film relies on flatulence, burping, a urinating dog and a bath in a bidet for laughs. A character points a gun at two animals and later threatens a group of humans with a crossbow and pistol. A man gets his fingers caught in a trap, is crushed under a falling statue and is struck by a falling bed canopy. A character is attacked in the groin area and bitten in the buttocks by a dog. As well a ferret run up his pants. A bird is caught in a fan. A cat falls out of a window. A man attempts to kill a cat on several occasions. A character is chased by a dog, kicked, shot and punched in the nose. A man makes mildly suggestive remarks to women. One animal is accused of using catnip and another is depicted as drunk. Language includes some name-calling and at least one profanity.