This was a pretty good documentary- slow at times, but also very well made. I think PG-13 is a pretty good rating, however this is a pretty low PG-13 rating and is comparable to a very mature PG movie as far as content goes. It really does show how dependent society now is on devices. That being said, it is still fairly mature and shouldn't be taken too lightly.
This documentary has a pretty good message, however it is more educational on technology and screens rather than how important it is to get off them. I think I would do a 3.5/5 in this category.
Great Role Models:
This has some pretty good role models, but as I have said, it's a documentary rather than a story-type thing, so it's not really too much about getting off devices and doing other things as it is why it's hard to do so in this day and age. I would give a 3/5 in this category.
Violence: The movie is not too bad, however there is some pretty strong stuff. Riots and mobs are shown pretty frequently, mostly from news clips and social media posts, and shows toxic and harmful online comments. People being interviewed also talk about people committing self-harm after things they see online. I could see why this category could give the movie a PG-13 rating, but nothing like gore is ever shown. I would give a 3/5 in this category.
I wouldn't say stuff is too bad, the documentary talks about some mildly suggestive stuff but it's not too sexual, I would give this a 1.5/5.
Swearing: Words like s*ht, da*m and g*d are used, but except for the fact there is more than 1 use of s*ht, it is not too inappropriate considering many PG-13 movies these days use pretty strong language like f*ck and t**s. I would give this a 3/5.
Sure, it shows many social media platforms, but there's no sponsored advertisements or anything, it's mostly interviewees talking about their former jobs and talking about people using various platforms such as Snapchat and YouTube. I would say 2.5/5 here.
Drinking/Drugs: This isn't that bad, I would say 1/5 as there is not too many references, I would say this is only content you would see in a G-rated movie as far as drugs go.