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Thanks to some magic, an orphan named James (Paul Terry) escapes oppression by climbing into a giant peach. Here he morphs into an animated world where he makes friends with a group of maligned insects, and they all work together to find a happier home.
Why Is James and the Giant Peach Rated PG?
James and the Giant Peach is rated PG for some frightening images.
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Violence: This film is full of creepy and ghoulish characters, along with dark sets. Various monsters threaten characters, including a thunderous rhino credited with killing a boy’s parents (their death is not depicted), a ravenous mechanical shark, underwater creatures and skeletons wielding weapons. A child is berated and threatened with beatings—he is portrayed with bruises and scratches. Insects are swatted, squashed and sprayed with poison. Characters argue and engage in name-calling. Dismembered fish heads are shown. A character attempts a suicide mission. Property damage occurs. A spider’s web is used to capture other characters.
Sexual Content: Mild innuendo.
Language: Name-calling and one mild profanity.
Alcohol and Drug Use: A character is always seen with a cigar, and another is shown smoking. Wine is drunk at a dinner. The flesh of a peach is turned into a drink that resembles beer.
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Details on home video releases of James and the Giant Peach...
On August 3, 2010, James and the Giant Peach releases in a Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack. The package includes the following:
- Copy of James and the Giant Peach on Blu-ray.
- Copy of James and the Giant Peach on DVD.
- Interactive game: Spike the Aunts.
- Making-of featurette.
- Music Video: Good News by Randy Newman.
- Still frame gallery.
- Original theatrical trailer.