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Rating & Content Info
Why is Mirror Mirror rated PG? Mirror Mirror is rated PG by the MPAA for some fantasy action and mild rude humor.
Violence: Characters are subjected to slapstick violence throughout the film, some involving bladed weapons. Thieves ambush travelers in the forest on numerous occasions. A gang of men admits to dishonest and illegal behavior. A woman uses bee stings to enlarge her lips and employs other insects and bird dung for beautifying her body.
Sexual Content: A man is frequently seen without a shirt and other characters are shown in modest undergarments. A woman fawns over a topless man. A couple of moments of veiled sexual innuendo are heard. A man and woman kiss.
Language: A single term of deity is used. A character calls another person a “twit”. Derogatory comments are directed toward little people (followed later by an apology).
Drugs/Alcohol: A character is drunk in one scene. A magic potion is secretly put into a person’s drink.
Other: Themes of “dark magic” are presented, including poisonous potions.
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News About "Mirror Mirror"
Cast and Crew
Mirror Mirror is directed by Tarsem Singh and stars Lily Collins, Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer.
The most recent home video release of Mirror Mirror movie is June 26, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Mirror Mirror
Release Date: 26 June 2012
Mirror Mirror releases to home video in either DVD or Blu-ray.
Mirror Mirror on DVD includes:
- Looking Through the Mirror
- Prince and Puppies
Mirror Mirror on Blu-ray offers all of the DVD Special Features, plus:
- Dance-along: I Believe in Love
- Mirror Mirror Interactive Storybook
- Deleted Scenes (Alternate Opening, So You Are From Valencia?, I Need Meat, Snow White is Dead and Thank You For Coming)
- Digital Copy of the film
Related home video titles:
This fairytale has enjoyed many silver screen adaptations including the Disney’s classic animation Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the half animation/half live-action Enchanted, the modern up-date Sydney White and the action/adventure drama Snow White and the Huntsman (releasing June 1, 2012).