Set in a world like our own however totally possessed by creatures, Buster Moon, a smart koala, manages an once-stupendous theater that has fallen on difficult circumstances. Buster is an interminable a few, may even say preposterous hopeful person, who cherishes his theater most importantly and will effectively protect it. Presently confronted with the disintegrating of his life's aspiration, he has one last opportunity to reestablish his blurring gem to its previous radiance by creating the world's most noteworthy singing rivalry.
|nudity||No actual sex or nudity. One character is seen swimming in a speedo, and another character comments on this comically. Ash finds out that her boyfriend had been cheating on her. A character (the koala) is seen in a speedo while washing someone's car (using himself as a "sponge")|
|violence||A character's glass eyeball falls out of her socket repeatedly. This isn't graphic at all and is meant to be comical. Ash often accidentally shoots out several spikes which land on several people, this is meant to be comical. Mike is put in danger after getting in debt with several gangsters (who are bears). An entire building is destroyed in one scene, several characters are put in danger but none end up being harmed.|
|frightening||'Sing' is an animated feature film that is set in a world inhabited entirely by animals. Buster Moon, a koala who owns a once-grand theater, has fallen on hard times. He devises a plan to save the theater by organizing a singing competition. All the main characters have hard lives involving under appreciation from their friends and families, this facet is pretty emotional. One character is doing driving time trials to be the gang's getaway driver. When he is annoyed to drive seriously fast to his father's stern urging, there are a few seconds at the end when he's momentarily alarmed that he accidentally ran over his father. However, the father swiftly emerges from the side perfectly safe and pleased at the speed his son achieved. One character finds out that her boyfriend had been cheating on her and breaks down emotionally in one scene (not violent or graphic at all, just a little sad). One character is put in danger after getting into debt with some gangsters, this adds tension to the movie. The film contains a scene depicting mild peril where the theater collapses as glass breaks and water rushes out of the building. One character loses literally everything at one point, causing him to become dispondent. This is pretty emotional. Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG for some rude humor and mild peril|