The Wild Life
The story of Robinson Crusoe -- as told by a parrot.
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The Wild Life
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Wild Life rated PG? The Wild Life is rated PG by the MPAA for mild action/peril and some rude humor.
Violence: Portrayals of slapstick and non-graphic violence are frequent. These feature weapons use, hitting, falling, crushing, fire and explosions, as well as hanging from cliffs and ropes. Characters face perilous situations, including shipwreck and pirate attacks. A character is killed, and the deaths of serval others are implied. A character suffering from seasickness vomits. Scary looking cats hunt and try to harm other characters: they are also abusive to each other. Skeletons of dead animals are shown. Cannibalism, walking the plank, and the gallows are mentioned.
Sexual Content: Mild sexual innuendo occurs. A pregnant cat shows off her large belly and nipples.
Language: A couple of mild profanities are used.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Pirates frequently drink alcohol, and some of these characters are depicted as intoxicated.
Page last updated September 12, 2016
|Ontario||PG||Not Recommended for Young Children. Cartoon/Animation Action.|
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Cast and Crew
The Wild Life is directed by Vincent Kesteloot, Ben Stassen and stars Yuri Lowenthal, David Howard.
From the Studio: GET READY FOR A NEW TAKE ON A CLASSIC TALE AS WE GET LOST WITH ROBINSON CRUSOE AND A BUNCH OF ADORABLE ANIMALS ON A DESERT ISLAND. FROM THE MAKERS OF A TURTLE’S TALE AND THE HOUSE OF MAGIC COMES A FUN-FILLED ADVENTURE WITH EYE-POPPING 3D FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY.