Earwig and the Witch Parents Guide
Earwig and the Witch Age Rating
The movie Earwig and the Witch is rated PG for some scary images and rude material.
PG – Some material in the film may be inappropriate for children.
Film Earwig and the Witch Release date
The movie Earwig and the Witch is scheduled to be released on 18 November 2021 on Netflix.
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|Movie Name||Earwig and the Witch|
|Genre||Animation, Adventure, Family, Fantasy|
|Release date||18 November 2021 (Netflix)|
|Directed by||Gorō Miyazaki|
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Earwig and the Witch Parents Guide
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|There are mild scary scenes, set in a fantastical context involving witches, wizards, and magic spells.|
|A child uses a boxcutter to slice pieces of snakeskin to make a magic potion.|
|The intensity of the scary moments are not sustained|
|There is brief rude humor, including a scene in which a magic spell attaches an extra pair of hands to a woman’s body|
|There is an infrequent very mild bad language used, “God”, “Damn”, “Hell”.|
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Film Earwig and the Witch Overview
This movie focuses on an orphan girl named Earwig who is adopted by a witch and comes home to a spooky house filled with mystery and magic.
One day, a strange couple, Bella Yaga and Mandrake, adopt Earwig against her wishes. When they get home, Bella Yaga tells Earwig that she is a witch and that she only adopted Earwig for “an extra pair of hands” to help around the house. Earwig agrees to help, only if Bella Yaga teaches her magic in return.
Earwig and the Witch Wallpaper and Images
Earwig and the Witch Official Trailer
Film Earwig and the Witch Voice Cast
- Jazmín Abuín as Madre de earwig
- JB Blanc as Mr. Jenkins
- Thomas Bromhead as Cook
- Alex Cartañá as Assistant Matron
- Pandora Colin as Matron
- Richard E. Grant as The Mandrake
- Gaku Hamada as Tômasu
- Logan Hannan as Custard
- Taylor Henderson as Earwig
- Kokoro Hirasawa as Âya
- Summer Jenkins as Phyllis
- Eva Kaminsky as Assistant Cook
- Vanessa Marshall as Bella Yaga
- Sherina Munaf as Earwig’s Mother
- Vivienne Rutherford as Sally
- Miyuki Sahaku
- Dan Stevens as Thomas
- Shinobu Terajima as Bera Yâga
- Etsushi Toyokawa as Mandorêku
- Yûji Ueda as Mr. Jenkins
Earwig and the Witch Age Rating and Earwig and the Witch Parents Guide
Know about Earwig and the Witch Parents Guide. Why Earwig and the Witch received this age rating? Read the complete information here about Earwig and the Witch age ratings in the UK, US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Switzerland, and overseas.
The movie Earwig and the Witch is rated PG in Australia, 6 in Germany, T in Italy, G in Japan, 6+ in Russia, PG in Singapore, 7 in Sweden, PG in the United Kingdom and in the United States.
In fact, the age rating, fixed by MPAA( Motion Picture Association of America TV Series rating system), BBFC (British Board of Film Classification), and Commons sense, TV Parental Guidelines (A television content rating system in the United States).
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