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Overall B-

After his big win at the sheep herding contest in his first movie, Babe is confident he can help with more duties around the farm, and grow more profits for Universal Studios. However, his new confidence sets off a chain of events that leaves Farmer Hoggett (James Cromwell) incapacitated.

Violence C+
Sexual Content B
Profanity A
Substance Use --

MPAA Rating: G

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Babe: Pig In The City

When the neighbor across the street complained about the hotel, she is seen as the “bad person” in the movie. What does the writer of the movie do to place this character in such a negative light. (Notice her hair, music that plays when we see her, her tone of voice.) In a real life situation, would animals be happy living in that circumstance and would the neighbor have a right to complain? What happens to her in the end? Is this an additional way of making us dislike her?

Babe is rated G, meaning it is suitable for all audiences. Do you think it is?

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