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Overall A-

In 1959 Disney's Sleeping Beauty pricked her finger on a spinning wheel spindle and fell into a magical comma. Now, thanks to the wonders of new technology, this classic story is being reawakened so it can enchant a new generation of movie watchers.

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

MPAA Rating: G

Why is Sleeping Beauty rated G?

Official MPAA Rating: Sleeping Beauty is rated G for

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In this animated fairytale, a cold and calculating evil sorceress casts a fatal spell on a young infant. When her plans are foiled, she sends an army of pig-faced minions and a pet bird to search for the missing princess. Later, the wicked woman uses her powers to create obstacles for her opponent, like thorn bushes and a fire. As well, she turns herself into a dragon before fighting. A young man is locked in a dungeon, shot at with arrows and narrowly escapes being hit with falling rocks and boiling water. Characters find themselves in peril and one is put into a magical trance. Some swordplay is shown and an animal is stabbed (a little blood is depicted). In a comedic fashion, two men are portrayed becoming drunk during a series of toasts, which leads to name-calling and the threat of a duel. Another character passes out after drinking too much alcohol. Characters kiss.

Sleeping Beauty
Canadian Movie Ratings
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia Not Rated
Alberta Not Rated
Manitoba Not Rated -----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video G

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