|Video Release:||03 Dec 2013|
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Why Is Smurfs 2 Rated PG?
Violence: Characters in this movie are frequently in peril. A male wizard kidnaps a female Smurf and attempts to extract information through hypnosis. Speculation of other forms of interrogation are implied, but not carried out. Male Smurfs often punch or push one another. Scenes display slapstick violence. A Smurf is comically electrocuted in a fuse box. In a post-credit scene a wizard is attacked by his cat. A boy eats peanut oil and has an allergic reaction (not seen). A man is near a fireworks explosion and is shown flying through the air. A car falls on a man. A man’s head gets caught in an electric sunroof.
Sexual Content: Seeing a married couple flirting, Smurfs tell them to “Get a room.” After a naked male human falls into a laundry cart a male Smurf crawls out from under the bedding and makes a remark about seeing things that no one should ever see. A Smurf partially exposes his posterior and makes a remark. Smurfs make remarks about being hit in the “Smurfberries”, meaning sensitive male body parts.
Language: No usual profanities noted, however the Smurf characters use the word “smurf” in a contraction with other words that would form a typical profanity. For example “smurf off”.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.