U’s ‘Park,’ Col’s ‘Hero’ get PG-13s

Universal Pictures’ “Jurassic Park” logged a PG-13 and Gramercy Pictures said it would dispute its NC-17 rating for “Kalifornia,” according to the 1,269th bulletin from the Classification & Rating Administration of the Motion Picture Assn. of America.

Outside of the bulletin, Columbia Pictures received notification on Thursday that its Arnold Schwarzenegger starrer “Last Action Hero” has received a PG-13.


“Life With Mikey” (Buena Vista; “for language and thematic elements”).

“The Meteor Man” (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; “on appeal, for children caught up in perils of an urban environment”).

“Remote” (Paramount Home Video; “for mild language and cartoonish violence”).

“Rookie of the Year” (20th Century Fox; “for some mild language”).


“Jurassic Park” (Universal; “for intense science fiction terror”).

“The Real McCoy” (Universal; “for violence and language”).


“Baby Blood” (Miramax; “for bizarre violence and gore, sexuality and language”).

Curacao” (Circling Curacao N.V.; “for sexuality and violence”).

“Jamon Jamon” (Academy Entertainment; “for strong sexuality, and for language”).

“Midnight Kiss” (Academy; “for horror violence, nudity and language”).

“Private Wars” (P.M. Ent.; “for strong violence and language”).

“Savage Attraction” (United States Media Corp.; “for sexuality”).

“Tobe Hooper’s Nightmare” (Cannon; “some strong sexuality and violence, and for language”).

“What’s Love Got to Do With It” (Buena Vista.; “for domestic violence, strong language, drug use and some sexuality”).


“Kalifornia” (Gramercy).

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