Ron's Gone Wrong
  • Directors(s)

    Sarah Smith · Octavio E. Rodriguez · Jean-Philippe Vine

  • Production Year

    2021

  • Release date

    15/10/2021

  • Genre(s)

    Animation, Comedy

  • Approx. running minutes

    107m

  • Cast

    Olivia Colman, Jack Dylan Grazer, Zach Galifianakis

Film

Ron's Gone Wrong

mild rude humour, threat, bullying

RON'S GONE WRONG is an animated adventure in which a young boy is given a defective version of a mini-robot device that has taken the world by storm, and must deal with its unpredictable behaviour.

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  • Directors(s)

    Sarah Smith · Octavio E. Rodriguez · Jean-Philippe Vine

  • Production Year

    2021

  • Release date

    15/10/2021

  • Genre(s)

    Animation, Comedy

  • Approx. running minutes

    107m

  • Cast

    Olivia Colman, Jack Dylan Grazer, Zach Galifianakis

threat and horror

Mild threat involving human and non-human characters with whom children will identify include scenes in which they are chased by evil characters, face the prospect of being sent into a crushing machine, fall from heights, get lost in a dark forest and are endangered by medical conditions. In a child's birthday party scene, an adult character's inadvisable idea of a party game with knives and their use of matches cause chaos, but no-one is harmed. The threat is lightened by comedy, and there is also a focus on 'rollercoaster' adventure as well as the support and help given by friendly characters, which lead to reassuring outcomes. The threat leads occasionally to violence, but this is of a slapstick and unrealistic nature.

theme

There are scenes of verbal bullying of sympathetic characters who are taunted, both in person and on social media, for being different or for being the victims of embarrassing events. The film portrays such bullying in a negative light and shows the perpetrators coming to an eventual understanding of their behaviour being inappropriate.

rude humour

There are number of 'poop' jokes, some of which are used by characters to embarrass others.


There is very mild bad language ('butt', 'freaking', 'hell', 'God', 'heck'). Non-human characters interact with electrical equipment.
  • Classified date

    04/10/2021

  • Language

    English