When Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) was eighteen, she worked with her Dad (Enrico Colantoni) as a private eye. But all that was years ago, or so she thinks. That all changes when she finds herself being drawn into a new mystery with an old friend (Jason Dohring).
Why Is Veronica Mars Rated PG-13?
Veronica Mars is rated PG-13 for sexuality including references, drug content, violence and some strong language.
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Violence: A girl who has been electrocuted it seen in a bathtub. Corrupt policemen taser a man. A character uses blackmail. A group of thugs attempt to scare a woman and a man is shot when he tries to help her. Characters engage in a bar fight. A truck repeatedly smashes into a car in an attempt to kill the occupants. A character lies in order to obtain information. A character is shot in the stomach. A man, who attempts to shoot another character, is tasered and sprayed in the eyes with pepper spray.
Sexual Content: Characters talk about sex tapes and later one of the tapes is shown at an event. Characters made crude and suggestive hand gestures. A man offers to share his dirty pictures. Frequent crude sexual comments are made about homosexuals, pedophiles and body parts. Characters make crass and sexually suggestive comments. A couple kisses passionately and begins to undress. There are several scenes of implied sexual activity.
Language: The script contains frequent crude language, profanities, slurs and scatological slang along with a strong sexual expletive and several modifications of it. Frequent crude name-calling is used.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Characters drink alcohol on numerous occasions. A man eats a brownie laced with illegal drugs. Characters discuss illegal drug use that led to a death. A character dies of a drug overdose.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Details on home video releases of Veronica Mars...
Veronica Mars will releases to home video (Blu-ray + UltraViolet) on May 6, 2014.