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 Turner & Hooch (1989) on IMDb 1989 105 Mins MPA Maturity Rating Motion Picture Association Maturity Rating: PG BBFC Maturity Rating British Board of Film Classification Maturity Rating: PG Maturity Rating 7+

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Director: Jeff Kanew, Trish Kinney, Cast: Shelley Long, Craig T. Nelson, Betty Thomas, Mary Gross, Carla Gugino, Kellie Martin, Jenny Lewis, Karen Kopins, Ami Foster, Ramon Sison, Emily Schulman, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tori Spelling, Audra Lindley, Bob Snead, David Wohl, Tom Wright, Frankie Avalon, Joyce Brothers, Mary Pat Gleason, Robin Leach, Cheech Marin, Ted McGinley,

MPAA Reason
-

BBFC Reason
-

Maturity Rating Reason
-

Genres
Adventure, Comedy, Family,

SubGenres

Keywords
wilderness, teen angst,

Synopsis

A Beverly Hills housewife in the middle of a divorce tries to find focus in her life by taking over her daughter's Wilderness Girls troop.


BBFC Ratings info
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Sex & Nudity
mild
Sex & Nudity Reason
Daughter and mother say a line about a mans manhood "rising to a pulsating frenzy". A man has a much younger girlfriend before his divorce is even finalized. They are seen kissing and touching each other often, and she dresses somewhat provocatively. At one point, the man attempts to speed up the divorce proceedings so he can get married again more quickly. A police officer teaches the Troop Beverly Hills girls about CPR in one scene. At one point, he demonstrates the procedure on the troop leader (Shelley Long's character). He uses mouth spray on himself right before he leans down over her. Nothing more is shown beyond that, but the kids are seen saying "Ew, gross!" and the assistant troop leader, who is obviously disturbed, snaps a quick picture. That same photo is used against Long's character later in the movie, which is when we actually see the police officer administering mouth-to-mouth on her. While practicing mouth-to-mouth breathing in a CPR class to earn Wilderness Girls patches, a woman mentions that the last time she laid down on her back with her mouth open, she got more than a patch for it. This is very suggestive. A husband and wife kiss innocently. While volunteering at a nursing home, a few of the kids from Troop Beverly Hills hand an old man a magazine, which he grabs eagerly. The name of the magazine is not mentioned, nor is the content, but it is implied that it has dirty pictures of women in it. An old woman next to the old man snatches it away from him. A young woman is said to have breast implants. This is discussed in several scenes. Another woman even refers to them as "silicone boobs". A man has his girlfriend/realtor over at his house late at night, and it is implied that they may be getting intimate. The Troop Beverly Hills girls sell cookies in front of a gym in one brief scene. Some women are seen dressed in skimpy workout clothing, exposing their rear ends. When a young woman falls into a river, another woman jokes that her fake breasts will prevent her from drowning. Her exact words are "Don't worry - silicone is buoyant." A woman mentions having been in labor with her daughter for 17 hours.

Violence & Gore
none
Violence & Gore Reason
A woman angrily takes her glass of wine and slings it in her husband's face. A woman breaks her ankle during a troop activity, and all the kids from her troop leave her alone in the woods. There is no blood, but her injured ankle is shown close-up. There is some slight swelling, but nothing serious. A woman picks up a skunk by its tail and is later seen wearing the skin of it as a hat. It is therefore implied that she killed it, although we don't actually see that part.

Profanity
mild
Profanity Reason
Some profanity is used, including multiple uses of sh*t, b*tch, crap, and damn. One use of goddamn and one use of f*ck. There is some language related to a woman's breast implants. An Hispanic man yells brief obscenities to a woman in Spanish. A woman calls her young daughter and troop members "little bitches".

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
mild
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
A woman puts wine in the food at a party where children are present, to give it more flavor. Another woman photographs her doing it, and a cruel troop leader tries to fire the woman by saying that she is "encouraging drunkenness" with the kids. Shelley Long's character is a frequent cigarette smoker throughout the movie. While selling cookies in one scene, the Troop Beverly Hills girls walk through a room full of people chanting "Cigars, cigarettes, cookies! Cigars, cigarettes, cookies!"

Frightening & Intense Scenes
none
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
A woman slips and falls in the mud while it is raining hard. She grunts and cries as she crawls slowly to a tent. Troop Beverly Hills tells ghosts stories around a fire in a hotel room. Some younger and/or more sensitive audiences might consider this a tense part of the movies, although the stories are all told in good fun. A group of girls and their troop leader are frightened by a skunk, screaming and running away from it. They also end up ankle-deep in a swamp. A large water mollusk (snake) is seen a number of times. The "Red Feathers" troop is portrayed as selfish, unkind, and willing to cheat in order to get what they want. The way they treat Troop Beverly Hills throughout the movie is especially cruel. A troop leader is forced to walk across a hollow log, which is elevated and has a river underneath it. When she slips midway through, her daughter comes after her and ends up slipping and falling on the log. Her mother walks back to get her, and then they walk across the entire log together. It turns out okay, but the scene gets pretty tense.

Studio
Weintraub Entertainment Group, Columbia Pictures,

Countrie
United States of America,

Subtitles

Audio
English

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