Invincible rating info

Invincible

Overall B+

Thanks to an open tryout with the Philadelphia Eagles, an avid fan (Mark Wahlberg) gets an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to play on his favorite football team. The movie is inspired by the true story of Vince Papali, and will be a must-see for sports loving families.

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

Why is Invincible rated PG? The MPAA rated Invincible PG for sports action and some mild language.

Run Time: 105 minutes

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Invincible
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Invincible rated PG? Invincible is rated PG by the MPAA for sports action and some mild language.

Max’s Bar is the local hangout where the guys come to drink, watch T.V. and commiserate over the setbacks in their lives. The result is ample depictions of alcohol consumption and some mildly drunk characters, one of which urinates outside the bar. Lots of rough and tumble sports action happens both at the vacant lot and during training camp. Some tussles break out among the fans during football games. A man also violently throws furniture and causes some damage to his house. A couple shares a brief, passionate kiss.

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Invincible
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia G
Alberta G
Manitoba G -----
Ontario G
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video G

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Cast and Crew

Invincible is directed by and stars Mark Wahlberg, Greg Kinnear, Elizabeth Banks.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Invincible movie is December 19, 2006. Here are some details…

Invincible takes its turn on the home video playing field with a DVD release that offers the following bonus extras: a commentary by Vince Papale (the man whose life story the film is based on), producer Mark Ciardi and writer Brad Gann, a second commentary by director Ericson Core and editor Jerry Greenberg, and the featurette Becoming Invincible: The Story of Vince Papale. Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital 5.1) and French (Dolby Digital 2.0), with subtitles in Spanish and French.

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