Come Play parents guide

Come Play Parent Guide

Has a kid's imaginary friend ever been a good thing in a movie?

Release date October 30, 2020

Oliver, a lonely young boy who's been isolated at school due to his autism diagnosis, just wants a friend...but the friend he finds isn't the friend he needs.

Why is Come Play rated PG-13? The MPA rated Come Play PG-13 for terror, frightening images and some language.

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Rating & Content Info

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Why is Come Play rated PG-13? Come Play is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for terror, frightening images and some language.

Five instances of coarse language with scatological curses and other profanity
Infrequent portrayals of hand-to-hand violence, some in a bullying context, some in a horror context - no blood, some detail
Frequent portrayals of monsters, transformations, and frightening scenes - some detail

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News About "Come Play"

“Come Play” is currently only available in theaters, which our reviewers are not attending for medical reasons. We will publish a complete review once the movie is available on a streaming platform.

Cast and Crew

Come Play is directed by Jacob Chase and stars Gillian Jacobs, John Gallagher Jr., and Ahzy Robertson.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Come Play movie is October 30, 2020. Here are some details…