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When he moves into a new school, 11-year-old Billy (Luke Benward) manages to get bullied into a bet to eat ten worms. Now the only way to make a good first impression is to put the slimy creatures where his mouth is.
Why Is How to Eat Fried Worms Rated PG?
How to Eat Fried Worms is rated PG for mild bullying and some crude humor.
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Making bets may not be the best way to stand up to a bully, but Billy is determined to come through on his end by eating 10 worms prepared in a number of yucky dishes. Besides perfecting their culinary skills, the boys snicker over crude potty jokes, body parts, and their principal. Several kids try to intimidate others. Dad drinks wine after a long day at the office.
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This cast of young actors already has an impressive combined resume of movie roles. Look for Ryan Malgarini (Benjy) in the Disney remake of Freaky Friday, Luke Benward (Billy) in Because of Winn-Dixie and Hallie Kate Eisenberg (Erika) in Paulie. Alexander Gould (Twitch) also lends his vocal talents to the little orange fish in Finding Nemo.
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How to Eat Fried Worms wriggles onto DVD just in time to add indigestion to your Christmas celebrations… which might make it the perfect gift for those worried about weight gain over the holiday season!