Spare Parts Parent Guide
It is amazing what you can build out of scraps and determination.
Rating & Content Info
Why is Spare Parts rated PG-13? Spare Parts is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some language and violence.
- Fist-fights and arguing.
-Embracing and kissing.
- Skimpy costumes.
- use of terms of deity as expletives, mild profanity and crude slang and sexual terms.
Drug and Alcohol Use:
- Alcohol use.
Page last updated August 3, 2017
News About "Spare Parts"
Spare Parts is receiving only a limited theatrical release. The story follows a group of disadvantaged high school kids who use their tenacity and ingenuity to attend at a robotics competition. Despite prejudice and underfunding for their project, the team does remarkable well. This inspirational movie sets out to prove a scrappy, can-do attitude can overcome a lot of challenges.
This movie is based on a true story. Learn more about the real robotics team from Carl Hayden Community High School.
From The Studio: The journey of four undocumented Mexican-American high school students from Phoenix, AZ who form a robotics club and are led by their teacher with nothing but spare parts and a dream to compete against MIT in a National Underwater Robotics Competition. Written by Pantelion Films
Cast and Crew
Spare Parts is directed by Sean McNamara and stars Alexa PenaVega, Jamie Lee Curtis, Marisa Tomei.
The most recent home video release of Spare Parts movie is May 5, 2015. Here are some details…
Spare Parts releases to home video on May 5, 2015.
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