Why is RV rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: RV is rated PG for for crude humor, innuendo and language.
Family life has some sore points for Bob Munro. Not only do his teenagers infringe on his intimate time with his wife, but they also resort to rude name-calling and condescending attitudes with their dad. A girl is accused of a rude hand gesture but nothing is seen. At a party, one teen throws pop into the face of an adult. Later a man feigns an attempt to hit a teenager with a car. After a hard day at work, a man requests a drink with Prozac. Men discuss chasing other men’s wives. Jokes in the film revolve around fecal matter, animal organs, mild sexual innuendo and prostitution as a profession. The script includes incidences of dangerous situations played for humor. The family narrowly misses a head-on collision with a semi truck. A man clings to the front of a rolling RV. Several characters fall down in a rushing stream. A man rides a bike downhill through a forest. A man roughly embraces another character. A character intentionally throws a man to the ground. In the film, several female characters expose their cleavage in tight tops. A man worries about his responsibilities and as a result, he is dishonest with others. Numerous terms of deity and some other profanities are used.
|Manitoba||PG||Language May Offend.-----|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|