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Lewis may be a genius, but he is still smarting over the family he has never known. So the young orphan puts his brains into solving the mystery of his parentage--- only to find himself unexpectedly traveling into the future where even bigger problems and adventures await.
Why Is Meet the Robinsons Rated G?
Meet the Robinsons is rated G
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As an infant, Lewis is left on the steps of a city orphanage. As well as having several of his gadgets explode, the budding inventor causes a man to have a serious peanut allergy reaction. Cartoon violence includes a boy being thrown over the side of a building, chased by a dinosaur and involved in a vehicle crash. A man has his nose smashed by a window and other characters are involved in a huge scuffle that results in some minor injuries and bruises. In a dark and dreary futuristic city, people are portrayed as being under the influence of mind-controlling devices. Frogs drink at a bar and a young boy sips coffee. Some brief name-calling is included in the script.
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Home Video Notes: Meet the Robinsons - 3D
Release Date: November 8, 2011
Meet the Robinsons releases in3D on November 8, 2011. The Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack includes:
- Kerr Audio Commentary
- Inventing the Robinsons
- Deleted Scenes
- Keep Moving Forward: Inventions that Shaped the World
- Bowler Hat Barrage! Game
- Family Function 5000: Family Tree Game
- Music Video: Kids of the Future (by Jonas Brothers)
- Music Video: Little Wonders (performed by Rob Thomas)
- Movie Showcase
DVD Release Date:23 October 2007
Meet the Robinsons with this DVD release of the Disney/Pixar collaboration. Director Stephen Anderson supplies an audio commentary of the movie, as well as for three deleted scenes. Learn about real life visionaries in the featurette Inventions That Shaped the World, and about the creators of this animation in Inventing the Robinsons. Game lovers and genealogists may enjoy the Family Function 5000: Family Tree Game, while music enthusiasts can check out the videos of Little Wonders (sung by Rob Thomas) and Kids of the Future (featuring the Jonas Brothers). Audio tracks are available in English (Dolby Digital - 5.1 Surround), French and Spanish. The Blu-ray version of Meet the Robinsons offers all of the above bonus extras along with more deleted scenes and the Bowler Hat Barrage Game.