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When Rango (voice of Johnny Depp) is accidentally abandoned in the Mojave desert, the already insecure chameleon finds he may have to do more than just change his color in order to fit in with the locals.
Why Is Rango Rated PG?
Rango is rated PG for rude humor, language, action and smoking.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in Rango...
Violence: A character is run over by a car. A character is thrown from a car onto the highway, nearly hit by speeding vehicles and smashed into a windshield. A hawk chases several animals and destroys property. Other characters are shot at, crushed, impaled with cactus needles, dropped from heights, hit with rocks, threatened with weapons, and started on fire. Explosives are hurled at characters. A child plays with a loaded gun and points it at people. A bird has an arrow impaled in his head and through his eye. A snake threatens the townsfolk. An animal is drowned and others are put in a tank that fills quickly with water. Characters are beaten with a stick on several occasions. Birds are shown hanging in nooses.
Sexual Content: The naked torso of a headless doll is seen on several occasions, as is a buxom female. Numerous jokes include sexual innuendo, comments about anatomy or references to sexual activity. A male character wears a dress. One character licks the face of a girl.
Language: The script contains many mild profanities and a partial moderate vulgarity.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Characters, including the main character, drink. Some are portrayed as drunk. Men and women infrequently smoke cigars and cigarettes.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to Rango.
A little family of Russian mice dreams of a better life in the West in An American Tail. Characters like Pecos Bill, John Henry and Paul Bunyan all come to life in Tall Tale. A pair of former outlaws tries to go straight without much success in The Apple Dumpling Gang. Concerns over water supplies are also the subject of the documentary Flow.
This movie shares the same creative team and lead actor (Johnny Depp) as the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. A frog looking for a brighter career also gets tangled up in an old west showdown in The Muppet Movie.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Rango...
Rango releases to DVD and Blu-ray on July 15, 2011.
Rango: Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy includes:
- Audio Commentary
- Real Creatures of Dirt
- Deleted Scenes and Alternate Ending
- Theatrical Trailer
- Breaking the Rules: Making Animation History
- Storyboard Reel Picture-in-Picture
- A Field Trip to Dirt