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Monkey see, monkey do...this movie tells the story of a chimp who learns to play hockey and becomes the team's Most Valuable Primate.
Why Is MVP: Most Valuable Primate Rated PG?
MVP: Most Valuable Primate is rated PG
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Monkey see, monkey do…this movie mimics many other sports and animal movies, but there’s a good message, few content concerns, and my five-year-old giggled throughout.
Brawling hockey violence with a team that would rather rough it up than learn how to play. However characters grow, becoming more serious about the game.
Sexual Content: A
None. A dual-parent family is portrayed in a positive manner.
At least 2 minor profanities, 1 term of Deity used as an expletive.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A
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