The Gabby Douglas Story recounts the life of the young gymnast who won gold at the Olympic games in London 2012. The made-for-TV-movie focuses on the support group behind her success.
Why Is The Gabby Douglas Story Rated Not Rated?
The Gabby Douglas Story is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Childbirth is briefly depicted.Adults argue. Parents decide to separate and eventually divorce. A child causes property damage when she practices gymnastic moves around the house.Some sports injuries, such as pulled muscles, are depicted.
Sexual Content: A child’s bare shoulders are seen as she takes a bubble bath.
Language: Terms of deity are used an expletive infrequently.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Prescription medications are mentioned, and a woman collapses because of a bad reaction to a prescribed drug.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of The Gabby Douglas Story...
The Gabby Douglas Storyreleases to home video on April 15, 2014. There are no bonus features included on the disc.