How do I know if one of your films is appropriate for my young child?
We cannot provide a definitive answer to that question. Walt Disney Pictures strives at all times to provide fun, quality entertainment that the whole family can enjoy together, but only you know your child well enough to determine what kind material is appropriate for him or her. If you are concerned about a particular film, you should:
Visit our Walt Disney Pictures home page. Read about the film in question and download any available trailers and film content to determine if it is appropriate for your child.
Note the rating given to the film by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). A "G: General Audiences" rating indicates that the MPAA Ratings Board does not consider any of the material in the film to be offensive to parents whose younger children view the film. A "PG: Parental Guidance Suggested" rating indicates that the Ratings Board recommends that the film be examined or inquired into by parents before they let their children attend.
For more information on the MPAA ratings system, please visit the Motion Picture Association of America home page.
Talk to other parents you know who have already seen the film and solicit their opinions.
If you are still concerned, you may wish to consider viewing the film in advance before taking your child to see it. We hope that these tips are helpful to you and that you will enjoy the film! For the latest information about our current and upcoming releases, please visit our Walt Disney Pictures home page.