‘Gentleman,’ ‘Alive’ rated R

Buena Vista’s “The Distinguished Gentleman” and “Alive” received R ratings in the 1,243rd weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Classification & Rating Administration.

The R ratings were expected for the two pix, but “Alive” received its R for an airplane crash scene orchestrated by Industrial Light & Magic–not for depictions of cannibalism.

The titles rated included six Rs, one PG and one PG-13.


“Mr. Nanny” (New Line Cinema; for “comic action and mild language.”)


“The Captive” (Vidmark Entertainment; for violence.”)


“Alive” (Buena Vista; for “crash scenes too intense for unaccompanied children.”)

“The Distinguished Gentleman” (Buena Vista; for “language and a scene of sexuality.”)

“Intimate Obsession” (Cinema Products Video; for “strong sexuality, and for language.”)

“Lady Dragon” (Imperial Entertainment Group; for “strong violence, and for sexuality and language.”)

“Ultra Warrior” (Concorde Pictures; for “sexuality and violence.”)

“When the Party’s Over” (Live Home Video; for “language and sexuality.”)

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