Project Almanac parents guide

Project Almanac

Time travel may mean tomorrow never comes.

Overall C+

A group of teens find plans to make an experimental time machine. However, they soon discover changing the past also changes the future -- and not necessarily in favorable ways.

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

Why is Project Almanac rated PG-13? The MPAA rated Project Almanac PG-13 for some language and sexual content.

Run Time: 138 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

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Why is Project Almanac rated PG-13? Project Almanac is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some language and sexual content.

Violence: Characters break into a building and steal items. A boy’s hand is cut and begins to bleed when he breaks a window. A teen is accused of kidnapping. News coverage of a plane crash, fires and other disasters are shown.

Sexual Content: Several crude sexual comments are made. A teen couple is shown in bed together and it is insinuated that she often sleeps over at the boy’s house. A girl is seen wrapped in a towel. She opens the towel to expose her body to the boy. (No nudity is shown on screen.) Some kissing and embracing involving teens is shown.

Language: The script contains approximately 70 instances of coarse and sexual language including frequent scatological slang, two strong sexual expletives, profanities, vulgar expressions and some crude sexual references.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Teens drink alcohol in social situations.

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Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia PG Coarse and Sexual Language.
Alberta PG Coarse Language.
Manitoba PG Not Recommended For Young Children, Coarse Language.
Ontario PG Language May Offend.
Quebec G
Martimes PG
Canadian Home Video PG

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Cast and Crew

Project Almanac is directed by Dean Israelite and stars Sam Lerner, Sofia Black-D'Elia, Allen Evangelista, Patrick Johnson, Michelle DeFraites.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Project Almanac movie is June 9, 2015. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Project Almanac
Release Date:  9 June 2015
Project Almanac  releases to home video with the following special features:
- Deleted Scenes
- Alternate Opening/Endings

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The movies The Time Machine (1960) and the remake The Time Machine (2002) also depict experiments with this kind of traveling. A son tinkers with his missing father’s experiment and enters another dimension in Tron: Legacy. And altering the past changes the future for a father and son in Frequency. The script of this movie makes mention of Groundhog Day, a film about a man who keeps reliving the same day.

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