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Evan (Eddie Murphy) is a desperate executive with no time for fun and games -- or even his daughter (Yara Shahidi). When he is forced to assume his fatherly responsibilities for the seven-year-old, he discovers Olivia's security blanket and imaginary world may have more impact on his job security and his world than he ever imagined.
Why Is Imagine That Rated PG?
Imagine That is rated PG for some mild language and brief questionable behavior.
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Slang names for fecal matter, mild profanities, terms of Christian Deity and some name calling are included in this film’s script that deals with family disputes and the consequences of divorce. Unflattering stereotypical depictions are shown of a Native American character. A man pretends to scalp himself. Children are offered adult beverages and one youngster suffers from the effects of multiple servings of a caffeinated energy drink. An adult yells at a child. Children pelt an adult with rubber balls. A character breaks into a home and attempts to steal an item. A character steps into manure. Alcohol is served with dinner.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
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Eddie Murphy plays another father who takes an active parenting role in Daddy Day Care. A self-absorbed football star has his life turned upside down when he discovers he has a daughter in The Game Plan. The more realistic challenges of single parenting are shown in the movie The Pursuit of Happyness.
The over-active imagination of a couple of kids changes the daily routine of their Uncle in the movie Bedtime Stories. And imagination is the secret ingredient behind a magical toy store called Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.