MPAA gives 11 of 17 films R ratings

Eleven films were rated R, three PG-13, two PG and one NC-17 among the 17 titles listed in the 1,257th weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s Classification & Rating Administration. The NC-17 rating is being appealed.

PG

“Jacquot” (Sony Pictures Classics; for “mild sensuality and language”).

“Red Hot” (Columbia TriStar Home Video; for “mild language”).

PG-13

“Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story” (Universal City Studios; for “martial arts violence and sensuality”).

“Homewrecker” (Paramount Home Video; for “elements of terror and violence”).

“Terror Stalks the Class Reunion” (Republic Pictures Corp.; for “some violence and terror”).

R

“The Baby Doll Murders” (Republic Pictures Corp.; for “violence, sexuality and language”).

“Bloodstone: Subspecies II” (Paramount Home Video; for “vampire violence”).

“Bodies, Rest & Motion” (Fine Line Features; for “language and sexuality”).

“Bounty Tracker” (Republic Pictures Corp.; for “strong violence and for language”).

“Fit to Kill” (Fit to Kill Marketing Co.; for “sexuality, nudity and violence”).

“Hear No Evil” (20th Century Fox Film Corp.; for “violence and language”).

“Hugh Hefner Once Upon a Time” (I.R.S. Releasing Corp.; for “language and nudity”).

“L.A. Goddess” (David Blake Film Enterprises; for “strong sexuality and for language”).

“Red Rock West” (Black Crow Prods.; for “language and violence and for sexuality”).

“Street Knight” (Cannon Pictures; for “strong violence and for language and sexuality”).

“Sunstroke” (Paramount Home Video; for violence).

NC-17

“Badge of Silence: Maniac Cop III” (Footstone Inc.; being appealed to the CARA appeals board).

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