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Rating & Content Info
Why is Speed Racer rated PG? Speed Racer is rated PG by the MPAA for sequences of action, some violence and language.
From an early age, Speed Racer loves cars and struggles to keep his mind on his studies at school. On occasion, he is involved in schoolyard fights. However, the sport is not without it’s risks. Cars frequently crash, start on fire or explode. Drivers are forced over embankments or off cliffs. Some use illegal devices to disable their opponents’ cars. A young man drives aggressively when angry. Characters are shot, beaten, drugged, kicked in the groin and hit with a wrench. Others engage in hand-to-hand martial combat. A man has a gun held to his head. Cheating, bribery and threats are used. Women are shown in swimsuits and low cut dresses. Brief moments of mild sexual innuendo are included. A scene of surgery is shown along with some bloody injuries. Drinking and smoking take place at a party or in a gambling establishment. The script contains a scatological reference, some infrequent profanities and vulgarities.
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News About "Speed Racer"
Cast and Crew
Speed Racer is directed by and stars Emile Hirsch, John Goodman, Roger Allam, Christina Ricci..
The most recent home video release of Speed Racer movie is September 15, 2008. Here are some details…
Speed Racer zooms onto DVD in either Full Frame or Widescreen presentations. Included on the disc is a featurette exploring the cars and tracks used in the film, and showing how the competitions were created without using a single real vehicle!