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From the makers of the Scary Movie franchise comes another irreverent film spoofing the disaster movie genre. Expect the same rude and crude humor that has become a trademark of their work.
Why Is Disaster Movie Rated PG-13?
Disaster Movie is rated PG-13 The MPAA has rated Disaster Movie PG-13 for crude and sexual content throughout, language, drug references and comic
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Attempting to spoof every popular film that released in the few months preceding it, this movie contains constant sexual references, scatological jokes, violence (including a man “comically” shot in the forehead with a nail gun, others killed with firearms, and a pregnant girl eaten to death by rodents), rear male nudity, drug references, use of alcohol by many characters including a pregnant teen and other characters portrayed as minors. Language includes dozens of scatological terms, moderate profanities, terms of Deity, and obvious uses of sexual expletives that are bleeped. Derogatory comments are directed toward men, women, homosexuals and religious figures.
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If you are after a real spoof with some fine writing, check Galaxy Quest. For your information, writer/directors Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer have created a string of “comedies,” including Meet the Spartans, Epic Movie, and Date Movie, as well as the Scary Movie franchise (we have reviewed Scary Movie 3 and 4).
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: Pendin
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Details on home video releases of Disaster Movie...
Release Date: 6 January 2009
Disaster Movie release to home video in three versions: the rated theatrical version on a single DVD, or the Unrated Cataclysmic Edition in either DVD or Blu-ray. All of these choices include cast and crew commentary, as well as featurettes (the Blu-ray version offers two extra featurettes).