Why is A Walk To Remember rated PG?
Official MPAA Rating: A Walk To Remember is rated PG for
Overall: B Caught up with the wrong crowd in high school, Landon Carter undergoes a transformation after a teenage prank goes drastically wrong. He discovers the power of love and faith when he falls for the preacher’s daughter in this film for older teens that includes some thematic, language and sensual content.
Violence: B- Dangerous and vengeful pranks engaged in by some characters: one resulting in serious injury. Teen couple argues, involves some pushing. Character involved in police chase and car accident (some blood shown). Girl cuffs boy on shoulder. Boys fistfight. Boy argues with parent.
Sexual Content: B- Includes kissing (with varying degrees of passion) between teen-aged couples. Characters make rude comments about body parts and one grabs crotch. Character invites boy into home while parents are gone. Character makes sexual motions and comments. Character’s clothing reveals part of her back. Picture of scantily clad girl is passed around school.
Language: C At least: 2 crude anatomical terms, 12 moderate profanities, 10 mild profanities and 1 term of Deity used as expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: C Teenagers involved in drinking on school grounds and at home.
Miscellaneous Content: Teens use peer pressure and pranks meant to hurt or embarrass others. Contains some derogatory religious portrayals, and some teasing about religious beliefs.
|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language|
|Manitoba||Not Rated||Mature Theme-----|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|