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G-Force

Released

Jul 24, 2009

Latest Home Video

Nov 08, 2011

MPAA Rating

PG

Cast

Nicolas Cage
Sam Rockwell
Jon Favreau
Penelope Cruz
Steve Buscemi
Tracy Morgan

Studio

2009 Walt Disney Pictures / Jerry Bruckheimer Films

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Synopsis

Guinea pigs finally get their chance to prove they are more than just laboratory test subjects in this live-action/animated tale. Sporting attitude and the latest high-tech equipment, these furry friends are an espionage force to be reckoned with!

Content Details

Why Is G-Force Rated PG?

G-Force is rated PG for some mild action and rude humor.

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Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in G-Force...

While the stars of this film may be cute little guinea pigs, don’t expect all the action to be child-friendly especially for very young or sensitive viewers. These rodents participate in high-speed chase scenes, and are threatened by dogs and cats, caught in an explosion, crushed in a garbage truck, gassed by exterminators, as well as attacked by armed robots. One guinea pig is caught and almost cooked alive in a microwave oven. A character is thrown in a cage with a poisonous snake. Children drive their pets in a remote controlled car and dress them up in clothes, make-up and pierced earrings. An animal is pushed out of a cage and falls to the floor. Huge robot-like characters attack humans and destroy property. An SUV becomes airborne and crashes into a motor home during a chase scene. Mild sexual innuendo includes suggestive moves and brief discussions. A guinea pig suffers from flatulence problems. After he passes gas, the other pigs attempt to start a blaze using a spark striker. Humans are shown with liquor at a celebration event. A pig holds a food pellet in his mouth like a cigar. Dialogue includes brief name-calling and some rude, bathroom humor jokes.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

BC
SK
G Violence.
AB G
MB PG Frightening Scenes.
ON PG
QC G
NB
NS
NL
PE
G

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of G-Force...

Home Video Notes: G-Force - 3D

Release Date: November 8, 2011

G-Force releases in 3d on November 8, 2011; The Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack includes:

- G-Farce: Bloopers & Flubs

- Deleted Scenes

- Exciting Music Videos

- Blaster’s Boot Camp – High-Tech G-Force Training

- G-Force Mastermind – Inspiration Behind The Movie

- Cine-Explore with Darwin, Blaster and their Creator

- Bruckheimer Animated: A Look Back At his CG Work

- Access Granted: Inside the Animation Lab

Release Date: 15 December 2009

G-Force on Blu-ray comes with audio tracks in 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio (English) and Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound (French and Spanish). Bonus extras include:

- Blu-ray features: Cine-Explore (with Darwin, Blaster and their Creator), Bruckheimer Animated (a look at the director’s CG work) and Access Granted: Inside The Animation Lab

G-Farce (bloopers and flubs).

- Deleted Scenes

- Music Videos: Jump by Flo Rida and featuring Nelly Furtado, Ready To Rock by Steve Rushton and Go G-Force.

Featurettes: Blaster’s Boot Camp (High-Tech G-Force Training) and G-Force Mastermind (Inspiration Behind The Movie)

- DVD copy of the film.

- DisneyFile Digital Copy and DisneyFile Digital Copy On The Go!

G-Force Deluxe Edition on DVD offers audio tracks in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound (English French and Spanish), along with:

- Deleted Scenes

- G-Farce (Bloopers And Flubs).

- Music Videos: Jump by Flo Rida and featuring Nelly Furtado, Ready To Rock by Steve Rushton and Go G-Force.

- Featurettes: Blaster’s Boot Camp (High-Tech G-Force Training) and G-Force Mastermind (Inspiration Behind The Movie)

- DisneyFile Digital Copy and DisneyFile Digital Copy On The Go!

G-Force on DVD offers audio tracks in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound (English French and Spanish).

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PirateMomma says: Jul. 28, 2009

Just saw this movie with my 8 yr. old and 6 yr. old.  Overall they liked it.  There are about 10 minutes of scary/dark/evil/killer robots in the middle of the film, but then it is OK.  LOTS of jokes about butts and farting.

Gab&Dad; says: Jul. 29, 2009

This is a pretty insocuous kid-friendly offering.  The characters were diverting, if the plot a bit flat.  It looks good, and had my son giggling several times.  See me review it with Max at: www.youtube.com/gabndad

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