‘Kalifornia’ wins R on appeal

Republic Pictures Corp. release “Kalifornia” was changed from an NC-17 to an R rating on appeal, according to the 1,279th bulletin from the Classification and Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Association of America.

As previously reported, Orion Pictures’ “Boxing Helena” also earned an R on appeal (Daily Variety, July 26).

Savoy Pictures’ debut release, “A Bronx Tale,” also copped an R.

Of the 17 movies rated, 12 received Rs, two received PG-13s, two PGs and one a G.

Of 12 movies rated in bulletin No. 1,278, 11 received Rs and one was rated PG-13.

“Bad Behavior” (October Films; “for language”).

“Boxing Helena” (Orion Pictures Corp.; “on appeal for two scenes of strong sexuality and language”).

“A Bronx Tale” (Savoy Pictures Entertainment; “for strong language and several scenes of violence”).

“The Cool Surface” (Meeker Media Inc.; “for strong sexuality and language, and for some violence”).

“Devil in the Flesh” (United States Media Corp.; “forstrong sexuality and language”).

“Fearless” (Warner Bros.; “for language and airplane crash realism”).

“Hard Target” (Universal City Studios; “for a great amount of strong violence , and for language”).

“In the Line of Duty: Ambush in Waco” (Republic Pictures Corp.; “for graphic depiction of a shootout”).

“Kalifornia” (Gramercy; “for strong violence, and for sexuality and language”).

“Needful Things” (Columbia Pictures; “for violence and strong language”).

“Short Cuts” (Fine Line Features; “for graphic language, and for nudity”).

“Tale of a Vampire” (Trimark Pictures; “for vampire violence and gore”).

“Au Pair” (Intl. Video Prods.; “for sex scenes, language and some violence”).

“Bitter Harvest” (Prism Pictures; “for strong sexual scenes, violent action and language”).

“Easyriders Video Magazine No. 17” (Easyriders Home Video; “for nudity and language”).

“Eye of the Stranger” (Borde Releasing; “for brutal violence and a scene of strong sensuality”).

“Flesh & Bone” (Paramount; “for language, some sexuality and a scene of intense violence”).

“The Good Son” (20th Century Fox; “for acts of violence and terror involving a disturbed child”).

“Hostages” (Imperial Entertainment; “for some uses of strong language”).

“Me, Myself and I” (Columbia TriStar Home Video; “for strong language, some sexuality and drug use”).

“Mirror Images II” (Academy Entertainment; “for strong sexuality, and for language”).

“Sugar Hill” (20th Century Fox; “for intense drug-related violence, graphic heroin use and strong language”).

PG-13

“One Riot, One Ranger” (Cannon Home Video; “for martial arts and police violence”).

“Philadelphia Experiment II” (Trimark Pictures; “for military violence”).

“Heart and Souls” (Universal; “for some sensuality”).

PG

“Cool Running” (Buena Vista; “for mild language and brief violence”).

“Northern Extremes” (Academy Entertainment; “for some violence, sensuality and mild language”).

G

“Where the Red Fern Grows, Part II” (Video Communications).

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