Steven Universe: The Movie

Movie • 2019 • Animation  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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EchoInFadingLight
There is a machine called the 'Injector' but, appearance-wise, it barely resembles a needle. However, it is used to inject liquid into the earth.
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ConsternatedSheep
There aren't any anxiety attacks, but a character does have extreme symptoms comparable to those of BPD
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Stargazer
There is a butterfly, but it’s not a close up and it only appears for 2 seconds to land on a characters nose
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CLODS101
Though a clown appears in the series, a clown doesn’t appear in the movie
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CLODS101
Greg appears slightly obese but this aspect of his design is never mentioned (unlike the series)
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Disgustedorite
There is a character "Steg" who is a fusion between father and son; although some prominent fusion characters seen in the show and the movie represent romantic relationships, fusion has also been used to represent platonic and familial relationships, so there is nothing inherently incestuous about this.
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CLODS101
Though a snake appears in the series, a snake doesn’t appear in the movie
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CLODS101
Though a car is seen crashing in the series, there isn’t a car crash in the movie
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CLODS101
Though a teenager is seen dying in the series, a kid doesn’t die in the movie
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CLODS101
Rose Quartz’s death is mentioned in the movie
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Boop
Rose Quartz' sexual orientation and gender identity have never been discussed in the show, even though many interpret her as bisexual due to Pearl's unrequited crush.
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CLODS101
The ending of the movie is happy
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CLODS101
Steven and Greg get injuries but no one breaks a bone (unlike the series)
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J.J.
It was confirmed by Rebecca Sugar that gems can poof when feeling strong emotions meaning that Spinel's reformation was not self inflicted
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CLODS101
Steven almost falls down a crack in the ground to his death but is saved by Spinel
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Isurehopeitdoesnt
Stevens healing spit is used, but no spit is shown.
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CLODS101
In the series, Amethyst is illustrated as having an eating disorder but those qualities of her don’t shine in the movie. Steven instructing Amethyst how to eat after being hit by Spinel’s Gem Rejuvenator during the song “No Matter What” may be disturbing to some viewers
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16Dork01
It's minor, but there's a scene where Spinel pounds her own head.
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CLODS101
Although someone has vomited in a kid-friendly way on the show twice, no one vomits in the movie
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CLODS101
Sort of. Spinel is seen throughout the movie kicking, hitting, and attacking Steven, who is 16. She even hits him with her Gem Rejuvenator multiple times
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CLODS101
Christmas has never been celebrated on the show or in the movie
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CLODS101
Though gaslighting appears in the series, no one is gaslighted in the movie
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CLODS101
Though multiple people are kidnapped in the series by Gems, no one is kidnapped in the movie
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CLODS101
The Diamonds, who used to misgender Steven and call him a deadname, now call him by his real name and most likely no longer misgender him
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CLODS101
Though multiple people are possessed in the series, no one is possessed in the movie
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CLODS101
Though people have been stalked on the series before, no one is stalked in the movie
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CLODS101
Sort of. Spinel was left by Pink Diamond in her garden for 6,000 years. Spinel was very hurt by Pink doing that. Other than that, no, despite the fact torturing in a kid-friendly way has been seen in the series
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CLODS101
There was a claustrophobic scene in the series, however, there isn’t a claustrophobic scene in the movie
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CLODS101
Although there was a hospital scene in the series, there wasn’t one in the movie
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Stargazer
There is an explosion, but it is in no way nuclear and it’s from far away
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Isurehopeitdoesnt
There's no gore, but there are red scrapes and one minor nosebleed during the last fight.
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Boop
Body dysmorphia is not body horror or gender dysphoria. Body dysmorphia is when someone percieves their body to be different than it actually is, and is most common in anorexics. Spinel, and nothing else in Steven Universe for that matter, ever comes close to resembling body dysmorphia.
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CLODS101
Though the Gems are seen fighting Spinel throughout the movie, no dog fighting is seen
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CLODS101
There is a character in Steven Universe with a mutilated eye (Pink Pearl), however, she doesn’t appear in the movie
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CLODS101
The Gems are seen fighting with their weapons throughout the movie, however, none of the weapons seen in the movie are a gun
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CLODS101
Although there is hate speech on the show, there is no hate speech in the movie
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CLODS101
A little after Pearl reforms the camera quakes to represent Steven and Greg’s surprise as Pearl lost all her memories. Other than that, the camera never shakes
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CLODS101
Though Steven has been seen shaving on the show, no one shaved in the movie
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