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Rating & Content Info
Why is Furry Vengeance rated PG? Furry Vengeance is rated PG by the MPAA for some rude humor, mild language and brief smoking.
A man smokes part of a cigar and then throws it out his car window into dry grass. Characters are bit, scratched, poked, hit in the groin and urinated on. A man and his car are pushed over a cliff by a huge rock. Skunks spray characters on numerous occasions. A man is stung by bees and suffers a bad reaction. A character slips on a roof and lands on his crotch. Animals are shot with tranquilizers and caged. A home is vandalized with spray paint. A woman is hit in the face with raw hamburger. A character is locked in a portable toilet and later covered with human waste. A man tears the head off of a toy animal. Men are seen in underwear. A character threatens an animal with a crossbow. A bird poops on people and property. Two women exchange punches during a fight. The script contains some terms of Deity, name-calling, racial slurs and mild innuendo.
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Cast and Crew
Furry Vengeance is directed by and stars Brendan Fraser, Brooke Shields.
The most recent home video release of Furry Vengeance movie is August 17, 2010. Here are some details…
Furry Vengeance releases as a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack on August 17, 2010. Along with copies of the movie in DVD and Blu-ray, the package also includes:
- The Pitfalls of Pratfalls
- Working with Animals
- Gag reel
- Commentary with director and cast
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