An upper-class pet rat named Roddy St. James voiced by Hugh Jackmanafter a mishap with a sewer rat called Sid Shane Richieends up flushed down from his swank Kensington home into the underworld of vermin beneath London. Desperate to get home, he encounters Rita Kate Winsletwho is on the run from an unscrupulous crime lord called The Toad Ian McKellenwho royally despises all rodents equally—wants them iced When they fail, the Toad has no choice but to send to France for his cousin - that dreaded mercenary, Le Frog Jean Reno. Can Roddy stop the Toad's evil plan and get back home? Not that one you idiots!
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Want to watch for free? for a free month. Parents need to know that kids will definitely want to see this animated adventure from the folks behind Wallace and Gromit. Not surprisingly, considering the title, it's got lots of potty humor: The storyline revolves around a rat being flushed down a toilet into a sewer, and there are references to human waste, including one scene in which a character appears to grab a piece of excrement.
Lots of cartoon violence, too: Characters fall from high places and are shot at, chased, frozen, electrocuted, yelled at, and threatened. Toad is an evil villain, and Sid is a disgusting character who belches, farts, and is generally crude. On the other hand, Rita is an independent girl who can fend for herself. Roddy accidentally kisses a bride-rat on her wedding day.
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Females wear tight outfits and shake their behinds. Roddy accidentally pulls down Rita's pants, revealing underwear. Innuendoes between Toad and Rita. References to Roddy being Rita's boyfriend. Roddy takes a wild ride down the toilet, gulping for air he can't swim. He and Rita flee in her boat from villains while being shot at and threatened.
A character gets "zapped" when the toaster he's riding falls into the water. A character falls and lands on a block of cement. Assorted scenes with characters being shot, threatened, yelled at, and electrocuted. Sid flushes Roddy down the toilet.
Toad hates rodents and wants to flush them out of the sewer i. Scenes of farting, belching, name-calling, and general rudeness.
Rita threatens to abandon Roddy in his hour of need. Toad will do anything to steal a precious jewel belonging to Rita. Reference to "screaming like a girl. Everything in the sewer is cobbled together with assorted parts from name-brand appliances and everything else under the sun.
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Rent this movie. London high-society mouse Roddy is flushed down the toilet by Sid, a common sewer rat. Hang on for a madcap adventure deep in the bowels of Ratropolis, where Roddy meets rodent-hating Toad and his faithful thugs, Spike and Whitey. Director David BowersSam Fell. Moods Goofy. Format DVD. Screen Widescreen 1.
Subtitles EnglishFrenchSpanish Neutral. CC No. Audio English: Dolby Digital 5.
Rating PG - Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give parental guidance. May contain some material parents might not like for their young children.
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Common Sense Note Parents need to know that kids will definitely want to see this animated adventure from the folks behind Wallace and Gromit. Sexual Content Roddy accidentally kisses a bride-rat on her wedding day. Violence Roddy takes a wild ride down the toilet, gulping for air he can't swim.
Language "Get stuffed," "load of old rubbish," "you idiots! Consumerism Everything in the sewer is cobbled together with assorted parts from name-brand appliances and everything else under the sun.
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