Buena Vista’s ‘Angie’ tops slew of R-rated pix

Films earning R ratings topped the latest bulletin from the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Assn. of America, with 10 of the 16 rated movies being handed that tag. Of the rest, there were three PG-13s, two PGs and one G.

R

“Angie, I Says” (Buena Vista Pictures; “for language”).

“Arctic Blue” (Arctic Blue Prods.; “for violence, language and some brief nudity”).

“Bloodlust Subspecies III” (Paramount Home Video/Full Moon; “for gory vampire violence and some sexuality”).

“The Hawk”(Castle Hill Prods; “for language and terror”).

“The Last Outlaw” (HBO Video; “for strong graphic violence and for language”).

“Ring of Steel” (SGE Entertainment Corp.; “for strong martial arts violence and for sexuality and language”).

“Roadflower” (Miramax Films; “for violence, pervasive threat and strong language”).

“Ruby in Paradise” (October Films; “for some sexuality and language”).

“Threesome” (TriStar Pictures; “for strong sexuality and sex-related dialogue”).

“Trauma” (Worldvision Home Video; “for violence and terror, and some sexuality and language”).

PG-13

“Jericho Fever” (Wilshire Court Prods; “for violence”).

“National Lampoon’s Last Resort” (Trimark Pictures; “for off-color humor and some nudity”).

“With Honors” (Warner Bros.; “for language and brief sensuality”).

PG

“The Fantastic Four” (Concorde Pictures; “for sci-fi action”).

“Return to the Lost World” (Worldvision Home Video; “for action violence, and for some mild language and sensuality”).

G

“Sourdough” (Imperial Entertainment Corp).

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