Why is The Muppets Take Manhattan rated G?
Official MPAA Rating: The Muppets Take Manhattan is rated G for
Violence: A man is accused of stealing other people’s money. He takes two hostages while trying to escape from the police. Characters attack and bite a man. A man steals a woman’s purse. He is pursued and attacked before being hauled away by police. A character makes a seemingly threatening remark about killing. A character causes property damage over a misunderstanding. Another character is involved in a dangerous stunt. A character is hit by a car and knocked out. Animal chases a girl out of a school auditorium. Some brief moments of peril are included.
Sexual Content: Friends exchange hugs. Men make catcalls to a female character. A father makes a homosexual comment to his son and suggests putting gelatin down his pants. An actress says she does not take her clothes of for anyone. A character wants to snuggle with someone she doesn’t know.
Language: Brief name-calling is included.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Several secondary characters are shown with cigarettes or cigars.
Other: Rats swim in a pot of coffee that will be served to customers. Another rodent sneezes into the pancake batter.
|Canadian Home Video||G|