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Rating & Content Info
Why is Sydney White rated PG-13? Sydney White is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some language, sexual humor and partying.
This creative remake of the Snow White story is definitely for an older crowd than the original fairy tale. The greatest concerns for parents will be various moments of sexual innuendo and talk of “hooking up.” One young man is particularly preoccupied with the idea of finding any girl to have sex with (although we are never told if this actually happens). Other nerdy males (who parallel Snow White’s seven dwarfs) are enthralled with the idea of a girl sharing their college home with them, and spend time gazing at her bra hanging in the closet. But Sydney’s long desired dream to join a sorority becomes more of a nightmare when she and other recruits are subjected to cruel pranks, name-calling and disrespectful terms for women. While one girl is mistakenly hit in the head with a Frisbee, other characters are intentionally attacked with water guns and publicly humiliated in front of their peers. Alcohol consumption at a frat house party includes a drinking contest between the students.
Page last updated April 15, 2009
|Alberta||PG||Mild coarse language and a portrayal of substance abuse.|
|Manitoba||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Ontario||PG||Not Recommended for Young Children. Sexual Content. Language may offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Sydney White"
Cast and Crew
Sydney White is directed by and stars Amanda Bynes, Matt Long, Sara Paxton, John Schneider, Samm Levine.
The most recent home video release of Sydney White movie is January 21, 2008. Here are some details…
The DVD release of Sydney White is accompanied by seven (minus one) featurettes. They are: Sydney White and Her Prince (meet the stars Amanda Bynes and Matt Long), Kappa’s Forever? (introducing the sorority sisters), Meet the Seven Dorks (get to know the geeks), Welcome to the Vortex (tour the set), The Skooze (all about the mascot) and The Original Dork (a look at the making of the movie, with director Joe Nussbaum and the cast). Other bonus extras include deleted scenes, a gag reel and theatrical trailers. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English and French), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
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Walt Disney’s version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, based on a Grimm’s fairytale, was released in 1937 as the first full-length animated feature film to come out in the United States. Amanda Bynes plays a young girl who hops a plane and heads for London in search of her estranged father in What a Girl Wants.