Pokemon 3: The Movie parents guide

Pokemon 3: The Movie

Overall B-

Pokemon 3: The Movie The Spell of the Unown is the newest in a series of motion pictures featuring Pokemon trainers Ash Ketchum (voice of Veronica Taylor), and his pals Misty (voice of Rachael Lillis) and Brock (voice of Eric Stuart) who jump from one adventure to the next with their arsenal of Pokemon in tow.

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

Why is Pokemon 3: The Movie rated G? The MPAA rated Pokemon 3: The Movie G

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Pokemon 3: The Movie
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Pokemon 3: The Movie rated G? Pokemon 3: The Movie is rated G by the MPAA

Overall: B-
A young girl seeks happiness within the protective walls of an imaginary castle after her parents disappear.

Violence: B-
Pikachu short shows characters falling off skyscrapers, buses, fences and other objects, chased by ferocious dog, hit by falling tires, almost hit by boat, chased by sea monster and squished by giant. Movie includes characters disappearing into another realm, crystals taking over valley, and imprisoning characters, hot air balloon explodes, fighting scenes between Pokemon characters using electrical, flame and water throwing powers. Character injured by beast. Crystals advance on a town; bulldozer crashes into them and is overturned. driver escapes explosions. Moderately intense music in some scenes.

Sexual Content: A

Language: A-
Mild name calling in one scene.

Alcohol / Drug Use: A

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Pokemon 3: The Movie
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG
Alberta G
Manitoba Not Rated Frightening Scenes-----
Ontario Not Rated
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video G

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For other movie viewing, check out Beauty and the Beast, another story about a girl and a ferocious beast and Fly Away Home, a video about a girl who goes on an adventure with her dad.