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Piglet's Big Movie | 2003 | G | - 0.1.0

The Hundred Acre Wood buddies must find their dear friend Piglet who is lost. Along the way they discover just how significant Piglet is to them. Piglet also finds out that he can be brave when his friends are in danger. With the voices of John Fiedler, Jim Cummings, Ken Samson, Peter Cullen and James Cummings. [1:15]

SEX/NUDITY 0 - None.

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VIOLENCE/GORE 1 - A bear walks along a fallen tree trunk, falls through a hole and dangles from a small branch over a waterfall, the trunk breaks and a bear and a small pig disappear from sight (their friends grieve thinking they are lost but they are OK). A swarm of angry bees charges at a rabbit, a donkey, and a small pig, and then chases them; the donkey falls on the ground and the other three bounce off his stomach. A small kangaroo falls into a river, he floats downstream toward rough water, his friends on the bank try to rescue him, and he is plucked out by a tree branch. A small pig falls from a tree, grabs a branch that breaks and falls to the ground below and rolls. A rabbit and a kangaroo bounce down a fallen tree and land in water. A rabbit plots to kidnap a kangaroo and force him and his mother to leave their home. A rabbit and a tiger fight over a book, and a pig is frightened by thunder. A donkey is stung on the nose by a bee and he has a big bump. A small pig drinks fish oil and bounces all around, knocking into furniture, walls, etc. A bear has his head stuck in a honey pot, a kangaroo scrubs a small pig on a scrub board, and a pitcher of water is spilled on a donkey. A small pig is stuck in a large boot, an apple lands on a bear's head, a bear falls back off a fence, and a small pig runs into a tree. A small pig is catapulted by a tree branch and dangles from a tree branch, a snow bear is built around a donkey, and a donkey is poked on the backside by a tack. A small pig floats in a soap bubble, which pops and the pig falls into a tub of water. Friends imagine a small pig as a hero: we see him dressed in armor, fighting off fire-breathing dragons (actually bees), riding on a valiant steed (actually a donkey) and fighting a large octopus that has grabbed a small kangaroo.

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LANGUAGE 0 - One mild exclamation ("Oh, bother").

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DISCUSSION TOPICS - Friendship, family, respect, self-confidence, being needed, being insignificant, disappointment, helping others, fearing the unknown, mother's intuition, expeditions.
MESSAGE - Being small in stature does not mean that you are not important.
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