Spirited

Movie • 2022 • Comedy  Report
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malovela
There's no horse.
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weed
There is a 'missing dog' but the dog was never missing, because it didn't exist
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HoppipHarvest
There’s a mention of drowning puppies, but it’s just hypothetical. No actual puppies are harmed.
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Does a pet die?
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Are there bugs?
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Does an animal die?
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malovela
There's no cat.
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A child is told that he received a puppy for Christmas but that it ran away
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Technically the ghosts follow Ryan Reynolds around but it’s not exactly stalking
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While visiting his past, you see an alcoholic, manipulative mother chase her daughter out of the house.
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weed
Not physically but an 8th grade boy is bullied over an old offensive post he made on social media
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Main character’s mother is shown drinking multiple times, and she is constantly manipulating her family and disrespects them.
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adeliajbrown
Alcoholic parent but no addiction to other substances, though drugs are briefly mentioned in a joke at one point
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A ghost is in chains like in a Christmas Carol
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adeliajbrown
Man hit in the crotch but fully clothed, very quick and not played very seriously
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malovela
No, but there's a moving, sentient being with skeleton hands.
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apsGirl
Ryan Reynolds falls down the stairs and hits his head against a metal pole. The actual hit is not shown, but you do hear a clang and see the aftermath.
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HoppipHarvest
Yes, but he’s only a simulation of a person, and he doesn’t die. Near the end, he’s seen dancing with the other characters (while still on fire) as if he’s perfectly fine.
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ItsARockFact
In a simulation-type way, yes, but the woman is unharmed and it’s mostly played for comedic effect.
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apsGirl
A women is crying at the beginning.
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ItsARockFact
Implied off-camera but not shown.
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JannaReeves
As part of a dance number, a man falls from a great height and looks dead, but then jumps up and walks away unharmed.
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ItsARockFact
Yes, though this is not entirely shown.
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ItsARockFact
There is a funeral for a child who is implied to have committed suicide, but this takes place in a future that ends up not happening. That said, it still feels very real in the moment and is one of the darker moments of the movie.
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apsGirl
Ryan Renolds sacrifices himself for Will Ferrell at the end of the movie. He does end up dying.
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apsGirl
The mother of a child dies from cancer.
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apsGirl
If you think taking someone to see there past, present, and future is kidnapping than yes.
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No toy destroyed, but a child is told he got a dog for Christmas and it’s his fault it “ran away” when he left a door open. The dog does not actually exist and he goes looking for it alone outside.
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Will Ferrell’s character showers, nudity not shown
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apsGirl
Ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. NOT SCARY AT ALL. Other than future who is slightly disturbing at the beginning.
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One at the end *spoiler* Ryan Reynold’s character is hit by a bus at the end of the movie - it is surprising and happens fast
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Are there razors?
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Not quite but there are “ghosts”
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This movie is safe! I feel compelled to say that the “v*m*t” emoji is shown briefly twice. Only for a couple seconds tho. Just in case that bothers anyone.
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HoppipHarvest
The only cop in the movie gets insulted to his face.
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apsGirl
When they show what happens with the mother.
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Someone is in the hospital with an unspecified illness (hair wrap on, hooked up to tubes, in bed). She does die (off screen).
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weed
A character is made to face their trauma and runs away
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Not seen, a child dies by suicide but there is only a vigil after
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ItsARockFact
Yes, implied.
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You don’t see it happen but there is a reference and a vigil for someone who did
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Reference only, nothing seen
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weed
A comment saying "KYS" is made
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apsGirl
There is one scene where Will Ferrell is singing and the backup dancers have lights on there hands. They swirl them around and it makes a lot of flashing lights.
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Does a baby cry?
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HoppipHarvest
A few very minor curses like “damn,” a D-word censored as “Dickens,” two cut-off S-words, a few F-words censored as “eff” (“eff you,” “eff this”), and MANY good afternoons (makes sense in context).
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There are two “transitions” that are a little shakey but not bad
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ItsARockFact
No, although many of the characters refer to the afterlife as being a musical, which could be jarring.
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malovela
No pregnancies or births.
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malovela
No pregnancies or births.
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malovela
No pregnancies or births.
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malovela
No pregnancies or births.
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adeliajbrown
Baby briefly shown as part of a joke, characters are chastised for making a rude comment in front of a stranger’s baby
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malovela
No pregnancies or births.
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malovela
Actually, it's more like the movie gives a genial nod to people of non-Christian religions towards the end, when we're told that the redeeming department are expanding with entities such as "Ghost of Ramadan Past" and "Ghost of Hannukahs Yet-to-come". :)
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ItsARockFact
There are jokes about a character’s suit being too tight, but they are not jokes about his body so much as jokes about the fact that the suit is clearly not his.
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ItsARockFact
Technically speaking, a ghost character falls in love with a human, which is a very large age gap. However, physically and mentally he is shown to be about the same age as her, and ⚠️SPOILERS⚠️ when he turns back into a human, there is not a large age gap between them.
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apsGirl
It is mentioned after past does her haunting but NOTHING is shown.
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weed
Woman makes jokes about how hot someone is, it is joked that she'll get reported to HR for it
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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HoppipHarvest
One shower scene, but the nude person is a man and he’s only seen from the waist up.
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freddienut
a woman has cancer
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adeliajbrown
Multiple scenes at a shelter
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ItsARockFact
No, but there are a few bittersweet elements. All in all it’s a very happy ending, though.
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HoppipHarvest
Surprisingly for a Christmas movie, there’s only three mentions of Santa (one barely audible), and no reference to whether or not he’s real.
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malovela
There are no flying scenes.
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A bus hits a character at the end of the movie - no gore
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There is death but no blood or gore - nothing is shown
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HoppipHarvest
There’s a mention of drowning hypothetical puppies, but no actual drowning occurs.
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