Atlantis: The Lost Empire rating info

Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Overall B

Milo Thatch (voiced by Michael J. Fox) is an earnest, sometimes bumbling, young mapmaker who sets out to find the lost city of Atlantis and save it from a group of plundering explorers.

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

Why is Atlantis: The Lost Empire rated PG? The MPAA rated Atlantis: The Lost Empire PG for action violence

Run Time: 95 minutes

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Why is Atlantis: The Lost Empire rated PG? Atlantis: The Lost Empire is rated PG by the MPAA for action violence

Overall: B  An adventurous young mapmaker sets out to find the lost city of Atlantis and save it from a group of plundering explorers.

Violence: C+ Large wave drowns pilots and covers a city destroying part of it and causing the death of many inhabitants, woman shown with gun, scene shows sunken ships on bottom of ocean, mechanical monster attacks sub, shots are fired at the monster, explosions on ship, torpedoes are fired, submarine explodes, many crewmembers are killed, mini subs use electrical shocks to fight off monster, people are startled by a monster, man uses explosive to make a bridge, members of expedition make fun of one crew member and play practical jokes on him including making him think he has drunk an explosive liquid, fire flies turn into explosive ball of fire, equipment bursts into flames, people fight fire, truck explodes, bridge blows up, man falls and cuts shoulder, blood is shown, masked warriors with spears surround men, men use guns to take hostages, men steal items, leave others to die, man is hurt in fight and later dies of wounds, man is hit and pushed down, people attack others with flying machines, extended scene of fighting between mercenaries and others including lots of shooting with airplanes, military guns and rifles, girl is thrown from hot air balloon and falls, men fight with an axe, man’s arm cut with piece of glass, man turns into monster, man is hit and bleeds, ship explodes, volcano erupts and lava flow causes damage.

Sexual Content: B- Woman in low cut dress with thigh high slit in skirt, scene implies that man’s housecoat falls down revealing naked body, man says he will kiss another man full on the mouth, native women wear short skirts and bikini tops, woman comments on sleeping in the nude, man shown in underwear, man’s underwear revealed in practical joke, woman removes skirt to reveal a tiny swimsuit, woman has tank top strap that slides down her arm.

Language: A- At least on term of Deity used as an expletive.

Alcohol / Drug Use: B- Men drink whiskey in social gathering, female character shown smoking at least 9 times as well as holding a cigarette on other occasions.

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Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG May Frighten Young Children
Alberta PG
Manitoba Not Rated
Ontario Not Rated Frightening Scenes
Quebec Not Rated
Martimes Not Rated
Canadian Home Video PG

News About "Atlantis: The Lost Empire"

Cast and Crew

Atlantis: The Lost Empire is directed by Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise and stars Michael J. Fox James Garner Cree Sumemr Leonard Nimoy.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Atlantis: The Lost Empire movie is June 11, 2013. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Atlantis: The Lost Empire & Atlantis: Milo’s Return

Release Date: 11 June 2013

Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Atlantis: Milo’s Return release to home video in a 2 Movie Collection (on Blu-ray and DVD) with the following extras:

- Disc 1 - Blu-ray copy of Two Feature Films: Atlantis: The Lost Empire and Atlantis: Milo’s Return with Disney Enhanced High Definition Picture and Sound.


- Deleted Scenes

- The Making Of Atlantis

- How To Speak Atlantean

- Atlantis - Fact Or Fiction?

Disc 2 - DVD Feature Film: Atlantis: The Lost Empire

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 Atlantis - The Lost Empire 


- The Making Of Atlantis

- How To Speak Atlantean

Disc 3 - DVD Feature Film: Atlantis: Milo’s Return

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Atlantis - Milo’s Return 


- Deleted Scene

Home Video Notes: Atlantis: The Lost Empire

Release Date: 29 January 2002

Atlantis: The Lost Empire releases to home video (DVD) with the following extras:

- Deleted Scene: Viking Prologue

- Virtual Tours Of CG Models—3-D Model Turnarounds Including The “Ulysses” Submarine, Leviathan, And Shepherd’s Journal

- Whitmore Industries Industrial Film—Meet The Benefactor Who Made The Expedition Possible

- DisneyPedia Atlantis: Fact Or Fiction—Fun And Interesting Theories About The Lost Continent Of Atlantis

- “How To Speak Atlantean”—With The Famous Linguist Who Developed The Atlantean Language

- History

- Digital To Digital Transfer

- Visual Commentary—Go Behind The Scenes With The Producer And Directors And See Additional Footage On The “Making Of” Process

- Multiple Platform Navigation System (3-D Menus With 3 Viewing Modes): Explore Mode (Tour The 3-D Environment Of The “Ulysses” Submarine And Select Menu Options); Tour Mode (Enjoy All Bonus Features As One Continuous Program); Files Mode (Rapid Navigation -—Every Bonus Feature Listed In Sequential Order).

- Story & Editorial

- Abandoned Sequences

- Art Direction

- Animation Production

- Character Designs

- Music & Sound Design

- Publicity

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