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MPAA Rated PG for some rude humor and action

Sex & Nudity

  • Cottontail talks about her nipples at one point.
  • Male main character in his boxer shorts at one point during fight scene with Peter. No nudity shown.
  • An CGI animated character runs by yelling streaker (nothing showed just and animated animal)
  • male and female main character did one kiss

Violence & Gore

  • An older man dies on camera following a heart attack. He is seen falling to the floor with his eyes open. It's clear that he has died when he's poked in the eye as another character confirms.


  • "Oh, God." "I don't give a damn what the people say" (in a song), "Oh, no. Damn it.", "and let's get the heck out of here!" 5 total words of this caliber.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • A man is intentionally targeted with his allergen and is seen going into anaphylactic shock. He self-medicates with epinephrine immediately and survives. He is not shown to have any other ill effects after the epinephrine treatment. Viewers should note that in reality people going into anaphylactic shock should be rushed to the nearest hospital immediately following epinephrine treatment.


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Sex & Nudity

  • Cottontail refers to Benjamin's shirt being brown and it blending in with his fur and she mistakes his buttons for nipples.

Violence & Gore

  • Humans are electrocuted in a humorous way by the rabbits
  • Humans are injured by animal traps
  • Humans step on rakes and are hit in face
  • Humans are shot with vegetables by rabbits, some shots hit sensitive spots
  • Human Throws explosives at rabbits in an attempt to kill them

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • multiple times during the movie, it is said that the main character's parents were killed by a human, put into a pie and then eaten. it is shown on screen during a flashback that the father went into a human's garden. the human is seen swinging a rake down onto the rabbit, even though the rabbit is not shown. we cut to a pie being served to the same human, after it was said that was how the parents died. the mother, who was not deceased at the time, is shown comforting her son, who witnessed it. our main character seems to have some sort of fear of abandonment because of this, as he fears losing his one human friend.

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