MPAA Ratings


“Cop Land” (Miramax): “for violence, strong language and brief nudity.”

“Homegrown” (Trimark): “for pervasive drug content, language, some violence and sexuality.”

“Intimate Secrets” (New Way Distribution): “for strong sexual content.”

“Love Always” (Legacy Releasing): “for language and some sexuality.”

“Masseuse 2” (Donkey Prods.): “for sexuality and some language.”

“Pronto” (Showtime Networks): “for violence, sexuality and language.”

“The Real Thing” (Windy City Intl.): “for strong violence, language and a scene of sexuality.”

“Silent Trigger” (Buena Vista Home Video): “for strong violent content, language, some sexuality and drug content.”

“Tale of Two Sisters” (Vista Street Entertainment): “for sexuality and some violent images.”


“First Do No Harm” (Buena Vista Home Video): “for intense emotional and physical depiction of a child’s illness.”

“True Women” (Hallmark Home Entertainment): “for violence, sensuality and diverse thematic elements.”


“Air Bud” (Buena Vista): “for brief mild language.”

“Blue Hawaii” (Viacom Intl.): “for mild sensuality.”

“Easy Come, Easy Go” (Paramount Home Video): “for mild thematic elements.”

“Fun In Acapulco” (Viacom Intl.): “for mild thematic elements.”

“King Creole” (Viacom Intl.): “for violence and sensuality.”

“Roustabout” (Viacom Intl.); “for mild thematic elements and language.”

“Watch That Man” (Warner Bros.): “for language, innuendo, comic violence and sensuality.


“Aaron’s Magic Village” (Columbia TriStar Home Video).

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