Why is Tucker: The Man And His Dream rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Tucker: The Man And His Dream is rated PG for
Set in the 1940’s, this Lucas/Coppola collaboration brings to film the historic tale of the plagued Tucker Torpedo and its ambitious creator who fights big business meddling and government red-tape to realize his American Dream.
Frustrated man throws a stick, man outruns police in his speeding car, short scene with slides of bloody and injured accident victims, man throws object and breaks glass, man hits object in anger, reporter offers bribe to another man, man nearly killed by falling car parts, rowdy crowd chants for action, car crashes and rolls without injury to driver, portrayal of dishonest politician, child makes threat toward man, man intentionally leads police on high speed chase, angry outburst occurs in courtroom.
Sexual Content: A-
Man kisses his wife on numerous occasions, hugs shown between family members, dress strap slides off teenaged girl’s shoulder.
At least: 22 mild profanities, 5 moderate profanities, 2 terms of Deity as expletives and 1 use in reference to Deity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: C+
Main character smokes throughout film, smoking and drinking shown in social gatherings, workers shown smoking on job, man offered a martini, man invites another man to go for a drink.