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Overall B-

The inhabitants of the Earth are in grave danger from an outer space visitor who announces his intention to annihilate everyone. Yet when the President looks for an army to combat the threat, he is surprised by the suggestion he use a group of strange creatures that have been collected over the years and held in a detention facility. But desperate times call for desperate measures, so it is decided the battle will be Monsters vs. Aliens.

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

Why is Monsters vs. Aliens rated PG?

Official MPAA Rating: Monsters vs. Aliens is rated PG for for sci-fi action, some crude humor and mild language.

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Susan’s life changes when a meteorite hits her on her wedding day. In addition to growing several stories tall, she is attacked by soldiers, tranquilized, tied up and imprisoned at a secure site. Later she is chased by aliens, as well as hit, pushed, and nearly crushed by a robot. Battles between humans and aliens include guns, missiles, bombs and the threat of nuclear weapons. Other characters are crushed, dropped, injured or ingested by a blob-like figure. A robot is decapitated by a bridge support beam. Armed clones prepare to invade the planet. A large ship explodes in mid-air. A helicopter crashes and burns. A man slaps a girl who later rescues him after he breaks an ankle. Buildings, vehicles, and a bridge are destroyed. The script contains infrequent mild profanities, a vulgar term for female anatomy and other mild crude humor. Agents pass through a security measure than includes a scan of their bare buttocks. A man soils his pants. A character is given a wedgie.