Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this imaginative tale of a rematch between the smug tortoise and perennially disappointed hare of folklore is filled with laughs and well-crafted lessons about the dangers of trying to win at any cost. The characters who have the most to learn are the parents, not the children for a change. Mariachi music accompanies two Mexican competitors whenever they are onscreen, and they speak in Spanish only (with subtitles).
Very mild cartoonish peril.
While the parents don't always show it in a way that will nurture the child, there's no missing the deep love that binds the Hare and Tortoise families together. Grown-ups learn a valuable lesson about pushing their own ambitions onto their offspring, and everyone gets a reminder that winning isn't always the most important thing. Mariachi music accompanies two Mexican competitors whenever they are onscreen.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Worried Mrs. Hare and Mrs. Tortoise find common ground with wine.