• Director(s)

    Juan Jose Campanella

  • Production Year

    2013

  • Genre(s)

    Children, Animation, Adventure

  • Approx. running minutes

    93m

  • Cast

    Rupert Grint (voice), Anthony Head (voice), Peter Serafinowicz (voice), Rob Brydon (voice)

Film

The Unbeatables

mild slapstick violence, threat, very mild bad language

Violence
Violence is slapstick and comic - for example there is occasional sight of players being hit in the groin by footballs. In one scene a young boy is whacked in the face by a little girl during an argument.
Threat and horror
In one extended sequence characters try to escape from an industrial grinder, and in another scene a character is scared when he realises that what he thought was a flirtatious arm around him is actually a rat's tail. The rat screams at him and then pulls him and his fellow football player though a rubbish tip, with items of junk crashing around them and threatening to crush them.
Language
In one scene a bullying young boy refers to a statue in a park as an "old git", while other language includes a use of 'god'.
There is some very mild innuendo. After one football match a female player begins to take off her shirt to swap it with another player, but she is stopped by the other players.
  • Director(s)

    Juan Jose Campanella

  • Production Year

    2013

  • Genre(s)

    Children, Animation, Adventure

  • Approx. running minutes

    93m

  • Cast

    Rupert Grint (voice), Anthony Head (voice), Peter Serafinowicz (voice), Rob Brydon (voice)

One or more of the releases in this collection was cut.

mild slapstick violence, threat, very mild bad language
Classified Date:
29/07/2014
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Hammingden Pictures Ltd
Cuts:
Company chose to remove wordplay on strong language ('Norfolk & Chance Insurance', pronounced as 'No f**cking chance Insurance'') in order to obtain a U classification. A 12A classification without cuts was available.
Paperwork Remarks:
2D
Violence
Violence is slapstick and comic - for example there is occasional sight of players being hit in the groin by footballs. In one scene a young boy is whacked in the face by a little girl during an argument.
Threat and horror
In one extended sequence characters try to escape from an industrial grinder, and in another scene a character is scared when he realises that what he thought was a flirtatious arm around him is actually a rat's tail. The rat screams at him and then pulls him and his fellow football player though a rubbish tip, with items of junk crashing around them and threatening to crush them.
Language
In one scene a bullying young boy refers to a statue in a park as an "old git", while other language includes a use of 'god'.
There is some very mild innuendo. After one football match a female player begins to take off her shirt to swap it with another player, but she is stopped by the other players.
mild slapstick violence, threat, very mild bad language
Classified Date:
29/07/2014
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Hammingden Pictures Ltd
Cuts:
Company chose to remove wordplay on strong language ('Norfolk & Chance Insurance', pronounced as 'No f**cking chance Insurance'') in order to obtain a U classification. A 12A classification without cuts was available.
Violence
Violence is slapstick and comic - for example there is occasional sight of players being hit in the groin by footballs. In one scene a young boy is whacked in the face by a little girl during an argument.
Threat and horror
In one extended sequence characters try to escape from an industrial grinder, and in another scene a character is scared when he realises that what he thought was a flirtatious arm around him is actually a rat's tail. The rat screams at him and then pulls him and his fellow football player though a rubbish tip, with items of junk crashing around them and threatening to crush them.
Language
In one scene a bullying young boy refers to a statue in a park as an "old git", while other language includes a use of 'god'.
There is some very mild innuendo. After one football match a female player begins to take off her shirt to swap it with another player, but she is stopped by the other players.
mild slapstick violence, threat, very mild bad language
Classified Date:
25/11/2014
Version:
2D
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
Entertainment One UK
Violence
Violence is slapstick and comic - for example there is occasional sight of players being hit in the groin by footballs. In one scene a young boy is whacked in the face by a little girl during an argument.
Threat and horror
In one extended sequence characters try to escape from an industrial grinder, and in another scene a character is scared when he realises that what he thought was a flirtatious arm around him is actually a rat's tail. The rat screams at him and then pulls him and his fellow football player though a rubbish tip, with items of junk crashing around them and threatening to crush them.
Language
In one scene a bullying young boy refers to a statue in a park as an "old git", while other language includes a use of 'god'.
There is some very mild innuendo. After one football match a female player begins to take off her shirt to swap it with another player, but she is stopped by the other players.
Classified Date:
14/08/2014
Version:
2D
Use:
Physical media + VOD/Streaming
Distributor:
Entertainment One UK
Classified Date:
26/06/2014
Version:
3D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Hammingden Pictures Ltd
Paperwork Remarks:
3D
Classified Date:
05/06/2014
Version:
2D
Use:
Cinema
Distributor:
Hammingden Pictures Ltd
  • Classified date

    25/11/2014

  • BBFC reference

    AVF314740

  • Language

    English