Big Miracle parents guide

Big Miracle

Overall B+

When three Gray Whales get trapped in the Arctic ice, an environmental activist (Drew Barrymore) teams up with a skeptical journalist (John Krasinski) to try and save the aquatic mammals.

Release date February 3, 2012

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

Why is Big Miracle rated PG? The MPAA rated Big Miracle PG for language.

Run Time: 106 minutes

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Big Miracle
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Big Miracle rated PG? Big Miracle is rated PG by the MPAA for language.

Violence: Whales are in peril, one falls prey to disease. Characters debate and argue about the situation.

Sexual Content: None noted.

Language: Mild profanities and terms of deity throughout.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Social drinking.

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Big Miracle
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia G
Alberta PG
Manitoba G Language May Offend.
Ontario PG Language May Offend.
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video G

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Cast and Crew

Big Miracle is directed by Ken Kwapis and stars Drew Barrymore, John Krasinski.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Big Miracle movie is June 19, 2012. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Big Miracle

Release Date: 19 June 2012

Big Miracle releases to home video with the following bonus extras:

- Commentary with director Ken Kwapis

- Deleted scenes with introductions by Ken Kwapis

- A “Big Miracle” in Alaska

- Truth is Stranger than Fiction

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