Picture from The Princess and the Frog
Overall B-

Disney returns to the craft of traditional animation with this modern twist on an old fairytale. Set in the New Orleans French Quarter, a young girl named Tiana (voice of Anika Noni Rose) might just be the princess who can undo the spell cast on a prince-turned-frog (voice of Bruno Campos).

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

Why is The Princess and the Frog rated G?

Official MPAA Rating: The Princess and the Frog is rated G for

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Voodoo and other forms of black magic are depicted in this film. A character makes a deal with the evil powers from the “other” side and uses it to cast spells. Dark spirits slither through the streets and chase down unsuspecting characters. A band of hillbillies capture the frogs, hit each other with sticks and shoot at one another. Other characters are also shot at. A young girl unintentionally tortures her pet cat and repeatedly has temper tantrums. A man is portrayed in a comedic fashion falling down a set of stairs, running into people and getting his head caught in a tuba. Small animals are smashed with a book and another is stepped on. The death and funeral of a central character is depicted. Moments of peril are repeatedly shown. A girl discusses her father’s death. A male character comments on his interest in a variety of women. Secondary characters are shown drinking on several occasions.