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Rating & Content Info
Why is Sing rated PG? Sing is rated PG by the MPAA for some rude humor and mild peril
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Violence: Frequent depictions of slapstick and non-graphic violence, with some situations that may be frightening for young viewers. A character that is deeply in debt tries to avoid talking to his loan manger. A gang of characters participate in robberies and plan a heist. Reckless driving, car accidents, property damage, evading police, threats with weapons and arrests are shown. A character has a glass eye that often pops out. Bullying, ridiculing and demeaning occur. A father is disappointed in his son, causing emotional pain for both. A timid character is encouraged to take chances. A character cheats while gambling, and has his life threatened by those he shortchanged. A building collapses and characters narrowly escape being killed. A jailbreak is depicted and a police chase ensues.
Sexual Content: Some mild sexual innuendo and flatulent jokes are heard. Characters embrace and kiss. A teen couple appear to live together, although no sexual relationship between them is ever implied. Characters wear skimpy and revealing clothing.
Profanity: Infrequent mild profanity is included.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters drink alcohol in a club setting.
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Cast and Crew
Sing is directed by Garth Jennings and stars Matthew McConaughey, John C. Reilly, Jon Robert Hall, Scarlett Johansson.