Boogie parents guide

Boogie Parent Guide

He can dribble on the court, but balancing his life is much harder.

Release date March 5, 2021

Alfred "Boogie" Chin is trying to make is as a basketball star in Queens, but things aren't that easy. There's a lot of prejudice against an Asian basketball player, on top of which his parents are insistent that he focus on scholarships instead of sports. And, just to make things even more complicated, Boogie just met a girl...

Why is Boogie rated PG-13? The MPA rated Boogie PG-13 for language throughout including sexual references, and some drug use.

Run Time: 89 minutes

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Rating & Content Info

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Why is Boogie rated PG-13? Boogie is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for language throughout including sexual references, and some drug use.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, theaters in our areas are closed. We will provide a complete review for this film when it is available on a streaming platform.  Our research into ratings for this film indicates the following content issues:
Profanity: There are frequent profanities in the film, including over five dozen sexual expletives, close to three dozen scatological terms, crude anatomical terms, and slang terms for sexual activity. Racial slurs are used for African Americans.
Sexual Content: A man comments on the size of his genitals. A man comments on a woman’s sexual anatomy. Sex between main characters is implied.
Violence: There are threats of physical violence. Athletes fight during a game.
Substance Use: Characters smoke what are either cigarettes or joints. Characters drink alcohol.

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Cast and Crew

Boogie is directed by Eddie Huang and stars Taylor Takahashi, Pamelyn Chee, and Jorge Lendeborg Jr.