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It's a dog eat dog world, so that's why an ordinary beagle with extraordinary superpowers decides to don a cape and tights and try to save the citizens of Capitol City (especially the four-legged ones). A live action remake of the old cartoon series, Underdog features the voice talents of Jason Lee and Amy Adams -- and a lot of CGI effects.
Why Is Underdog Rated PG?
Underdog is rated PG for rude humor, mild language and action.
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A clumsy little beagle gets super powers after a mad scientist injects him with a secret potion. As a crime fighter he accidentally starts a fire, causes car crashes, repeatedly breaks windows, destroys property and disrupts businesses. Other slapstick violence includes a man being hit by a heavy ball and attacked by dogs. The hero is also seen stealing food. The script contains brief references to bodily functions and some mild sexual comments along with occasional name-calling.
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Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Details on home video releases of Underdog...
Underdog flies onto DVD with a collection of bonus extras in its wake. These include bloopers, one of the cartoon episodes from the original Underdog, deleted scenes, a featurette (Sit, Stay, Act: Diary of a Dog Actor), and a music video (Underdog Raps by Kyle Massey). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles in French and Spanish.