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Overall C-

Davey (Hayden Christensen) has just discovered he's a Jumper, someone who can teleport his body anywhere in the world. However, when he starts to use this power for his own purposes, he accidentally angers some formidable foes --and quickly learns he is not the only person with this amazing ability.

Violence D+
Sexual Content C+
Profanity D+
Substance Use C

MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence, some language and brief sexuality.

Why is Jumper rated PG-13?

Official MPAA Rating: Jumper is rated PG-13 for for sequences of intense action violence, some language and brief sexuality.

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Once he discovers his ability to transport himself almost anywhere in the world, David makes an initial stop at a bank where he clears out the vault. He also steals merchandise from stores. A boy falls through the ice and is pulled downstream by the river. The Paladins use electrically charged weapons with harpoon-like wires to capture the jumpers who are then stabbed to death in a graphic depiction. Other characters are punched, kicked and caught in the middle of a war zone. The jumpers transport vehicles, buildings and weapons during their war with the Paladins and fall from tall buildings. A man is shown urinating on a national monument. Unmarried couples engage in sexual activity. (Underwear and morning after scenes are shown.) Vulgarities, profanities and terms of Deity are used and ample scenes of drinking are shown.

Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Violence, Coarse Language. Nudity.
Alberta PG Violence, Coarse Language.
Manitoba PG Not Recommended For Young Children, Violence, Language May Offend.
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video PG