Latest MPAA Ratings: BULLETIN NO: 2066

Here are the new MPAA ratings from BULLETIN NO: 2066.

Below you will notice a rating for Watchmen: Director's Cut. The MPAA lists this as a Warner Home Video release, so it appears the possibility of it making its way to theaters is unlikely.

Rated PG-13 For violence and scary images.
Release Date: September 9, 2009
Albino Farm
Rated R For horror violence, language and brief nudity.
Rated PG-13 For some intense adventure action, brief drug use and language.
Fire Creek
Rated PG For thematic material, some violent content, brief language and smoking.
Rated PG-13 For violence, terror and brief strong language.
Rated PG-13 For language including some sexual material and a drug reference.
Release Date: September 25, 2009
The Midnight Man
Rated R For pervasive sadistic bloody violence, language and some sexuality/nudity.
Moonlight Serenade
Rated PG-13 For brief sexuality and some thematic material.
Naked Ambition: An R Rated Look At An X Rated Industry
Rated R For pervasive strong sexual content, nudity and language.
Not Evil Just Wrong
Rated PG For thematic material and incidental smoking.
Ocean Of Pearls
Rated PG-13 For brief strong language and thematic elements.
Rated R For sexual content, brief nudity, some drug material and language.
Release Date: TBA
Rated PG-13 For some intense western violence.
Sno Cone Inc.
Rated PG-13 For language, sexual content, a brief disturbing image and a mild drug reference.
Rated R For strong sexual content, nudity and language.
Rated R For some sexuality, language, brief drug use involving minors, and a sexual assault.
Rated PG For some peril and action.
Release Date: May 29, 2009
Watchmen: Director's Cut
Rated R For strong graphic violence, sexuality, nudity and language.
Rated PG-13 For intense sequences of action and violence, and some partial nudity.
Release Date: May 1, 2009
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  • Tim

    isn't "The invention of lying" titled "This side of the truth"?

  • Brad Brevet

    @Tim: It used to be, the title changed a little while back.

  • ckybltz

    Couple of surprises...firstly, surprised/glad that "9" got a PG-13. The original short was definitely dark and somewhat disturbing, so Im glad it seems as though they havent dumbed it down for the kiddies.

    Also surprised theres still no official announcement about Terminator Salvation, considering the official site has been updated to include the PG-13 rating...

  • rolling_streetcar

    I'm really glad 9 got a PG-13. The short was very dark and brilliant. I hope it will be good.

    I love how the Watchmen Director's Cut received the EXACT same rating as the original cut.

    X-Men ... partial nudity? Probably man-ass.

    I'm shocked not by the PG Up recieved, but by the reason for it. Some peril and action? That's odd.

  • JM

    9 gets a PG-13! Very good! I'm glad that Hollywood animation is starting to move beyond the G/PG realm.

    "Up" gets a PG. Hmm, interesting. I suppose not a surprise, since Pixar has done PG before with "The Incredibles." It doesn't matter what rating it gets, though--I'm excited to see it anyway!

    And of course Wolverine receives its PG-13. As expected. Hmm, partial nudity. Interesting. That is to say, very promising! :D

  • junjun

    If I remember correctly, What gave The Incredibles a PG rating back in 2004 was because of a couple of gunfire/gunshots in a few scenes. At least that's what I recall from reading the official description when the rating was announced. Nevertheless, it won't really matter, I'm looking forward to it and it's pretty much ascertained to make bank

  • Vince


    Yeah or maybe the fact that the enemies all pretty much died- remember when they're chasing Dash and he dodges his pursuers so quickly that they crash into each other and create a huge fireball? Or how about when Syndrome gets his cape stuck in the propeller of that jet? I'm fairly certain that the PG rating was because of that. I am surprised that "Up" got a PG, because the film looks harmless and fluffy and way more G-rated than "Wall-E" did. But whatever, I'm sure it'll be great. I've never bet against Pixar and I'm certainly not starting now.

  • Vince


    BTW, has anyone been following the video game version of "X-Men Origins"? It's supposed to be super bloody and graphic, unlike the movie. Supposedly there are stabs, decapitations, and graphic depictions of Wolverine sticking his claws into peoples eyes and stuff. Sounds awesome- I'd kill for a movie version of that.

  • kendra

    I am very excited about 9, but I already know I'm going to be that person who screams and sits on some stranger's lap. I'm the girl that was deeply disturbed by Monster House and Coraline. So why am I going, you ask? I'm going because I want to support Acker and since Tim Burton has supported him and let him do his thing, I'm willing to endure an almost heart palpitation.

    -kendra <3