Latest MPAA Ratings: BULLETIN NO: 2233

Latest MPAA movie ratings

Here are the latest MPAA ratings from Bulletin #2233.

After Dusk They Come
Rated R For violence and some language.
Alien Dawn
Rated R For language and violence.
Alter Egos
Rated R For drug use, brief sexuality, language and violence.
Rated PG-13 For mature thematic material including a disturbing act, and for brief language.
Release Date: December 19, 2012
Rated R For some sexuality and violence.
Release Date: November 9, 2012
The Bay
Rated R For disturbing violent content, bloody images and language.
Rated R For crude sexual content, language and brief nudity.
Release Date: August 10, 2012
Rated R For language, some violence and brief nudity.
Dino Time
Rated PG For some scary action and mild rude humor.
Doggie Boogie
Rated PG For mild rude humor.
Rated R For strong bloody violence throughout.
Release Date: August 17, 2012
Fire With Fire
Rated R For strong violence, language and brief sexuality.
The Ghostmaker
Rated R For drug content, language, some sexuality/nudity and violence.
The Grand Theft
Rated R For language including some sexual references.
Greystone Park
Rated R For language throughout, and brief disturbing images.
Hard Times
Rated R For language and some sexual content/nudity.
Katy Perry The Movie: Part Of Me
Rated PG For some suggestive content, language and thematic elements.
Rated R For language and violence.
The Life Zone
Rated PG-13 For mature thematic material.
The Loved Ones
Rated R For strong bloody violence and torture, sexuality, some language, teen drug and alcohol use.
The Oblong Box
Rated R For some violence and sexual content.
Red Dog
Rated PG For thematic elements, some language and sensuality.
Rated R For brief violence, language and a disturbing situation.
Release Date: August 10, 2012
A Royal Affair
Rated R For sexual content and some violent images.
Rated PG-13 For some violent content and mature thematic elements.

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  • Jeff Winger

    Whaaaaaaaaaat? Did not expect THE CAMPAIGN to be R at all. Looked like a PG-13 through and through. I was gonna see it either way but this is kinda interesting...

    • Brad Brevet

      I agree, I had lost interest in it until I saw that rating, now I'm a little intrigued.

  • Arthur Carlson

    I wonder if they meant for The Campaign to be an R rated film. Seems odd that there weren't any red band internet trailers for it. Also odd that the rating is just coming out with it coming out in just two weeks. Seems there's a back story here.

  • Abe M

    The Campaign is surprising for sure, but I'm curious about The Expendables 2 and the lack of any language. Is this because of Chuck Norris's demands?

    • Jimmy B

      The first one didn't have much language to begin with(the rating reason for the first one mentions "some language" which usually means only a handful of F-bombs).

  • AS

    Oh my god! This just made my week!!! The Expendables 2 = "strong bloody violence throughout." Dude, you have no idea how excited I am by this! I know that a lot of people didn't really care for The Expendables, but I fucking loved it. 99% of action movies suck because they fail to, ya know, provide the "action." THAT'S what I love about Sly. Fuck story, fuck characters, fuck interesting dialog! Let's stop pretending that people are in theater for anything other than 2 hours of non-stop carnage. For me, The Expendables delivered this. I was worried, early on, after reports that it was going to be PG-13, but then Sly came out and asserted that it would in fact be rated R. But I was still worried, because I was unsure of how hard an R it would be. Would it just be R for violence? Or would it be strong violence? But this is truly awesome! Not only is it "strong violence," but strong bloody violence THROUGHOUT! Epic and winning. I'm honestly more excited for this than I was for The Dark Knight Rises. A bold statement, I know, but it's #TheTruth.

  • G-Man

    More excited for The Campaign as well, now.