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When her husband (David Sutcliffe) and teenaged sons (Evan Williams and Victor Zinck Jr.) refuse to help with the holiday preparations, but still expect a festive season with all the trimmings, a frustrated mom (Daphne Zuniga) decides to go on strike.
Why Is On Strike For Christmas Rated Not Rated?
On Strike For Christmas is rated Not Rated TV-PG
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Violence: A woman falls off a ladder (no major injuries result). A character’s hand is burnt while baking cookies.
Sexual Content: Mild sexual innuendo is heard. A teen boy accuses his brother of having a secret stash of "Girls Gone Wild." A married couple kisses.
Language: Mild profanity and name-calling is heard.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Wine and beer are drunk at celebrations. A teen tries to drink alcohol at a house party. Women drink wine together after a long day.
Other: Female characters worry about gaining weight over the holidays.
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Another character objects to all the trappings of the holiday in the animated film Dr. Seuss’: How the Grinch Stole Christmas (also available in a live-action version). The lack of a mother figure in the home threatens the chances of a Merry Christmas in the made-for-TV movie Mrs. Miracle. And a mother intent on preventing her daughter from indulging in fantasy does her best to keep the magic out of the season in Miracle on 34th Street (a classic that received a make-over in 1994).
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of On Strike For Christmas...
On Strike For Christmas releases to home video on September 6, 2011.