Why is Lilo & Stitch rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Lilo & Stitch is rated PG for for mild sci-fi action
Stitch is an alien experiment programmed to destroy things in Lilo & Stitch. But he has a change of heart when he meets a couple of orphaned sisters trying to repair their “broken” family in this animated film that includes some cartoon violence, gunfire and intergalactic chases.
Aliens use guns to contain prisoner; shots are fired inside spaceship, character held at gunpoint. Character steals a police cruiser. Alien is designed to destroy everything he encounters. Man is accidentally burned during a fire dance. Characters plan to destroy the Earth. Characters bite, scratch, punch, push, threaten and hit others with objects on numerous occasions. Sisters argue. Old film footage shows a city being destroyed, character re-enacts with toy figures. Character is run over by truck. Characters throw book, dishes and other household items at others. Characters nearly drown in ocean. House explodes and burns to the ground. Aliens repeatedly shoot at others with their space guns. Character throws car and chases others with chainsaw. Characters are captured and kidnapped.
Sexual Content: A
Girl wears t-shirts that reveal her mid-riff. Boy tries to get girl to date him.
Includes numerous examples of name-calling. Two rude references to anatomy.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A
Characters at restaurant drink what maybe an alcoholic beverage.
Character disgusts others by licks glass window, drooling and salivating. Young girl is left at home alone. Social worker threatens to separate girls because of home problems. Character attempts to practice voodoo. Character moons others on at least two occasions. Girl licks her sister during an argument. Character spits on several occasions. Girl feeds character coffee from a baby bottle Character implies parents were killed in auto accident.