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While on a boring business trip with his dad, Mac Cambell (Daniel Magder) decides to explore the possible existence of the community's local legend about a lake monster named Mee-Shee. What he finds forever changes his lonely life and his strained relationship with his father (Bruce Greenwood).
Why Is Mee-shee The Water Giant Rated PG?
Mee-shee The Water Giant is rated PG for some violence, peril and mild language
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This heart-warming story about a boy looking for companionship, and a workaholic father discovering the importance of spending time with his son, contains some unexpected violence, such as explosions, vehicle crashes, hand-to-hand combat, weapon use and forces of nature (some deaths are implied). Moments of peril are also included. Mild language, terms of deity used as expletives, name-calling and a vengeful attitude constitute the only other content issues.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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If you didn’t catch Mee-Shee: The Water Giant at your local theater, then the DVD release is your chance to see this big fish story. The movie is recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1, with English subtitles.