Why is Mr. Peabody & Sherman rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Mr. Peabody & Sherman is rated PG for for some mild action and brief rude humor.
Violence: Characters are rounded up and sentenced to death by a guillotine. One man narrowly misses being beheaded. Characters cause a massive explosion by igniting methane gas in the sewer system. A child, who is humiliated and bullied at school, bites another child. A baby is abandoned in a box in an alley. Characters are thrown in a tomb with mummies. Characters are threatened with swords and engage in a battle with weapons. Characters take, pilot and crash a flying machine. Police are involved in a car crash during a chase. A character is repeatedly shot with a Taser for comedy relief. A woman is smashed by a falling stone. Other depictions of hitting and non-graphic violence are seen.
Sexual Content: A man has his pants cut off, exposing his underwear, during a sword fight. A character makes a joke about female anatomy. A painting with a female bosom is shown. Friends embrace. Brief, mild sexual comments are made.
Language: The script contains some name-calling and a brief sexual double entendre.
Alcohol / Drug Use: One character shows off his bartending skills by mixing up drinks for his dinner guests. Two men are seen in an alley surrounded by alcohol bottles.
Other: The script includes several “poop” jokes and other moments of bathroom humor.