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Why is Bee Movie rated PG? Bee Movie is rated PG by the MPAA for mild suggestive humor, and a brief depiction of smoking
The Bee Movie offers plenty of fun for most family members. Still parents need to be aware that the film contains some brief veiled sexual comments and drug references. Name-calling and some infrequent but irreverent religious comments are made as well. For most families, the violent content will be of most concern. Believing she is asleep, a woman stabs herself in the hand with a fork to wake herself. Later when she is facing some difficulties, she momentarily considers suicide. Among other things, the bees often find themselves in peril as they navigate the outside world. A bee is sucked into a car engine, one is threatened by a man using an aerosol can and lighter to try and light the bee on fire, and another is hospitalized after stinging a man. A quick depiction of smoking is also shown.
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News About "Bee Movie"
Cast and Crew
Bee Movie is directed by and stars Jerry Seinfeld, Rene Zellweger, Matthew Broderick,.
The most recent home video release of Bee Movie movie is March 10, 2008. Here are some details…
DVD Release Date: 11 March 2008
Bee Movie comes to DVD in A Very Jerry 2-Disc Edition, which offers a swarm of bonus materials. Learn more about the production process with an audio commentary by Jerry Seinfeld and the filmmakers, and view lost scenes, and alternate endings. Meet Barry B. Benson, go Inside the Hive (for an introduction to the cast of Bee Movie) and discover the Tech of Bee. Other features include: TV Juniors, Jerry’s Flight Over Cannes, We Got the Bee (a music video), The Buzz About Bees, The OW!Meter, That’s Un-Bee-lievable, Be A Bee and Pollination Practice. There are also live-action trailers and previews, as well as DVD-ROM games and printables.
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