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Rating & Content Info
Why is Storks rated PG? Storks is rated PG by the MPAA for mild action and some thematic elements.
Violence: Frequent portrayals of slapstick violence and mild peril. Characters fall, crash and fly into glass windowpanes—some non-detailed injuries result. Small birds are unwillingly used as ping pong and golf balls. Characters are chased, threatened, stabbed with forks, tied up with ropes, hung upside down and hit with sticks. Some explosions and fires cause property damage. Characters are accused of kidnapping. Parents are portrayed as self-absorbed and neglectful.
Sexual Content: Parents giggle when a child asks where babies come from. Babies’ bare bottoms are occasionally seen. Some potty humor is included.
Language: Name-calling occurs.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted.
Note: Also running with this movie is a short film featuring Lego animation and martial arts action.
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Cast and Crew
Storks is directed by Nicholas Stoller, Doug Sweetland and stars Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer.
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