Run, Fat Boy, Run
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Run, Fat Boy, Run
Rating & Content Info
Why is Run, Fat Boy, Run rated PG-13? Run, Fat Boy, Run is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some rude and sexual humor, nudity, language and smoking.
This story of a man who is unable to finish anything he starts provides a positive message about determination and endurance. Unfortunately only a minimal amount of time is spent on this element while the bulk of the film wanders through scenes of sexual innuendo and discussions of male genitals. An out-of-wedlock pregnancy is discussed and the child becomes a main character in the story. One male character is seen naked from the rear twice and strategically placed objects in a change room obscure the view of another nude man. A man appears to be masturbating when he uses a mannequin’s hand to scratch his clothed genital area. Language includes two uses of a sexual expletive, (including one in a sexual context), along with two depictions of raised middle fingers (one by a child). Other profanities, crude anatomical terms, names of Deity, and a derogatory statement toward an American are heard. Violence includes two men fighting with fists and objects, a shoplifter who taunts a security guard, car theft and a scene where a man pops a huge blister on his foot. Characters smoke and drink in this film, although it is suggested that trying to run a marathon while continuing these habits is a bad idea. A man drinks raw eggs.
Page last updated April 3, 2009
|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language, Nudity.|
|Manitoba||PG||Language May Offend, Tobacco Use/Promotion.-----|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend. Crude Content.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Run, Fat Boy, Run"
Cast and Crew
Run, Fat Boy, Run is directed by and stars Simon Pegg, Hank Azaria, Ameet Chana, Dylan Moran, Thandie Newton.
The most recent home video release of Run, Fat Boy, Run movie is September 22, 2008. Here are some details…
The DVD release of Run, Fat Boy, Run is cheered on by the inclusion of deleted scenes and an audio commentary with the cast and director. Presented in either Full Frame or Widescreen, the audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital.