The Spy Next Door
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The Spy Next Door
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Spy Next Door rated PG? The Spy Next Door is rated PG by the MPAA for sequences of action violence and some mild rude humor.
Gillian’s three children frequently argue, name call and wrestle. Farren also fights with her mother. Ian, a frequent liar, is bullied at school by other students who give him a wedgie and throw him in a garbage can. The children pull mean tricks on Bob. Other characters repeatedly engage in martial arts combat, using props like a knife and chairs. One character is shown with bloody cuts on his face after crashing through a window. An animal bites a man. A woman slaps a man in the face. Characters use specialized equipment such as a miniature flamethrower and rotating cutting instrument. A female character loses two teeth after a door hits her in the face. A man is whacked repeatedly on the side of the head with two cast iron skillets. Another character is struck with a bottle. One man has a TV dropped on his head. A teenager tries to leave the house in skimpy clothing on several occasions. A woman wears an ultra-tight outfit. A couple kisses briefly. The dialogue contains brief terms of Deity, name-calling and rude humor.
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News About "The Spy Next Door"
Cast and Crew
The Spy Next Door is directed by Brian Levant and stars Jackie Chan, George Lopez, Amber Valletta.
The most recent home video release of The Spy Next Door movie is May 18, 2010. Here are some details…
Release Date: 18 May 2010
The Spy Next Door releases in a DVD/Blu-ray Combo Pack, with the following extras:
- Jackie Chan: Stunt Master and Mentor
- Adventures in Acting with the Kids from The Spy Next Door
- Blooper Reel
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Actors Billy Ray Cyrus and Lucas Till, who both star in this film, also worked together in Hannah Montana: The Movie. Leaving the martial arts effects to the animators, Jackie Chan lends his voice to a character in Kung Fu Panda. Madeline Carroll plays the daughter of a man who finds the fate of the presidential election resting on his shoulders in Swing Vote.