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Rating & Content Info
Why is Pan rated PG? Pan is rated PG by the MPAA for fantasy action violence, language and some thematic material.
Violence: Many suspenseful situations are depicted and characters are in constant danger. Many characters look scary. A mother abandons her baby at an orphanage. Youngsters are abused by cruel caregivers and forced to do unreasonable chores and work in labor camps. Adults, who are supposed to protect others, use their positions for their own gain. World War II bombing raids and explosions are depicted. Characters are kidnapped and sold into slavery. Misbehaving boys are threatened with punishment (by having their palms whipped) and are later shown with bandaged hands. Characters are in constant peril from frightening predators, warring groups and an unmerciful dictator. Resulting injuries and deaths are implied, with little detail shown (some creatures simply turn into colorful dust clouds when they meet their demise). Battles are frequently depicted, with weapons and fists, as well as dogfights between airborne vehicles. Adults lie, betray and try to manipulate others. References are made to execution, genocide and murder. Characters are shown with mild injuries (sometimes with blood effects), languishing in dungeons, in life and death contests, and contending with fanciful beings.
Sexual Content: Tribal people and mermaids are dressed in scanty costumes. Characters joke about flatulence. A man attempts to flirt with a woman. A baby is conceived by a couple that is likely not married.
Language: Name-calling, slang words and mild profanity are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Page last updated May 12, 2016
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommeded for Young Children, Frightening Scenes|
|Ontario||PG||Violence, Some Scary Sceens.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Pan"
Cast and Crew
Pan is directed by Joe Wright and stars Hugh Jackman, Levi Miller, Jimmy Vee, Rooney Mara.
The most recent home video release of Pan movie is December 22, 2015. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes Pan
Release Date: 22 December 2015
Pan releases to home video (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy or Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- Director’s Commentary
- Never Grow Up: The Legend of Pan
- The Boy Who Would Be Pan
- The Scoundrels of Neverland
- Wondrous Realms
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J.M Barrie’s character has inspired many films, including Disney’s Peter Pan, a live action Peter Pan and one where the boy grows up—Hook. Other spin-off stories include Return To Never Land (a sequel to the Disney animation) and Finding Neverland (a serious bio-drama about Peter Pan’s creator).