“Finding Dory” has been rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for “mild thematic elements.” The film tells the story of Dory a blue tang fish who suffers from short-term memory loss as she searches for her long-lost parents. Along the way she meets new friends and learns to accept her condition.
Some parents may be concerned that the film’s themes could be too intense for younger children. However “Finding Dory” is ultimately a feel-good story about family friendship and finding one’s way in the world. The film’s humor and colorful visuals should appeal to kids of all ages and its message of acceptance is an important one for both kids and adults.
Why is Finding Dory rated PG?
The film was rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for “mild thematic elements.