‘Aladdin’ conjures a G rating

Buena Vista’s animated “Aladdin” drew a G and 20th’s comedy sequel “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” pulled a PG in the 1,239th weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Classification & Rating Administration.

Eleven pix were rated R and there were three other PGs among the 16 ratings doled out by CARA.

“Aladdin” (BV).


“Dreamrider” (Belltower Prods.; for “accident scenes”).

“Higher Ground” (Col TriStar Home Video; for “mild violence and language”).

“Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (20th; for “comic action and mild language”).

“Out of Time” (Col TriStar Home Video; for “mild futuristic violence”).


“Caged Fear” (European American Entertainment; for violence, language and sexuality).

“Fear of a Black Hat” (Oakwood Films; for “pervasive strong language, and for sexuality”).

“Firehawk” (Concorde; for “war violence and strong language”).

“Into the Badlands” (MCA Home Entertainment; for “some strong violence”).

“My New Gun” (IRS Releasing; for language).

“Nemesis” (Imperial Entertainment; for “strong futuristic violence”).

“Night Rhythms” (Magnum Entertainment; for “strong sexuality and sex-related dialogue”).

“The Pamela Principle” (Magnum Entertainment; for “strong sexuality, and for language”).

“The Red Chair” (Spectradyne; for sexuality).

“Scent of a Woman” (U; for language).

“Time Barbarians: The Magic Crystal” (Vista Street Entertainment; for violence, sexuality and language).

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