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Rating & Content Info
Why is The Tourist rated PG-13? The Tourist is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for violence and brief strong language.
Violence: On several occasions characters are shot at or threatened with a knife. A man is hit in the back of the head and then run over by a boat. A character is strangled. Others talk about a man’s past murders. Snipers surround a hotel room. Men are killed by gunfire. A woman is slapped and threatened. Characters experience peril because of mistaken identities.
Sexual Content: Men comment about a woman’s underwear, which is briefly seen when she later undresses. A couple kisses. A man dreams about a passionate kiss with a woman.
Language: This script does contain infrequent scatological slang, profanities, and two uses of a strong sexual expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters repeatedly engage in social drinking. A man uses an electronic cigarette on several occasions. Later, he and others are seen smoking real cigarettes.
Other: A dishonest police officer accepts a bribe. Characters gamble.
Page last updated February 13, 2012
|British Columbia||PG||Violence, Coarse Language.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not Recommended for Young Children, Violence.|
|Ontario||PG||Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "The Tourist"
Cast and Crew
The Tourist is directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck and stars Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie, Paul Bettany.
The most recent home video release of The Tourist movie is March 22, 2011. Here are some details…
The Tourist releases to DVD and Blu-ray on March 22, 2011, with the following bonus extras:
- Featurettes: A Gala Affair and Bringing Glamour Back
- Alternate Animated Title Sequence
- Director Commentary
- Outtake Reel
The Tourist on Blu-ray also includes:
- Featurettes: Action in Venice, Canal Chats and Tourist Destination Travel the Canals of Venice
Related home video titles:
After bumping into a handsome stranger in the airport, another hapless character is pulled into the dangerous world of underground crime in the movie Knight and Day. Other American tourists get a taste of foreign cultures in Roman Holiday, Julie and Julia, Under the Tuscan Sun, Mamma Mia! and Last Holiday.