TriStar Pictures’ football film “Rudy” and director Woody Allen’s “Manhattan Murder Mystery” pulled down PG ratings, according to the 1,276th bulletin from the Motion Picture Association of America’s Classification & Rating Administration.
Trimark Pictures’ “Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde” was re-rated R on appeal, says CARA.
The National Association of Theater Owners and the MPAA announced Thursday that MovieFone will test market explanations of PG, PG-13 and R ratings in Denver, Dallas, San Diego and Philadelphia.
The following is a list of rated pictures:
“Dirty Love” (United States Media Corp.; “for sexuality and for language.”)
“Hot Laps” (Comsat Video Enterprises; “for strong sexuality, and for language.”)
“Household Saints” (Fine Line Features; “for two scenes of sexuality.”)
“Inside Monkey Zetterland” (I.R.S. Releasing Corp.; “for language.”)
“Rock ‘N Roll Fantasy” (Ioon Entertainment Media; “for some topless females and a scene of sexuality.”)
“Secret Games II – The Escort” (Magnum Entertainment Inc.; “for strong sexuality and language.”)
“Teenage Bonnie and Klepto Clyde” (Trimark Pictures; “for strong graphic violence, strong language and sexuality.”)
“Caught in the Act” (MCA Home Entertainment; “for some scenes of sensuality and elements of violence.”)
“Age of Innocence” (Columbia Pictures; “for thematic elements and some mild language.”)
“Manhattan Murder Mystery” (TriStar Pictures; “for mild language, and for elements of violence in a comic murder mystery.”)
“Rudy” (TriStar Pictures; “for mild language.”)