Why is Unaccompanied Minors rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: Unaccompanied Minors is rated PG for for mild rude humor and language.
Ho, Ho, Ho turns into Snow, Snow, Snow when two children become stranded at an airport on Christmas Eve. Grouped with dozens of others in the same predicament, some of the kids decide to escape from the custody of a security guard and have run of the airport. Slapstick violence in all its forms is included, from a dog biting a man’s crotch to people flying through the air after hitting an obstacle while riding a snow sled. Some bathroom talk is heard, including a boy saying he needs to go “pee,” and then is later seen (from the knees down) doing so. Two young couples end up coming together as a foursome, and a couple of kisses are exchanged between characters before the movie ends. One mild expletive and one term of deity were noted. Some teens are briefly seen playing poker. A grandmother is briefly seen in a drunken state.
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