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MPAA ratings

R

“Apt Pupil” (TriStar Pictures); “for scenes of strong violence, language and brief sexuality.”

“Phantoms” (Miramax); “for sci-fi violence/gore and language.”

“Portrait in Red” (York Home Video/Maverick Entertainment); “for strong sexuality, perverse bloody violence and language.”

“The Real” (Live Film and Mediaworks); “for strong sexuality, violence and language.”

“The Substitute 2: School’s Out” (Live Film and Mediaworks); “for strong violence and language.”

“Tricks” (Showtime Networks); “for nudity, a brutal beating and some language.”

“Woo” (New Line Cinema); “for sexual content and language.”

NC-17

“Bent” (MGM Distribution Co.); “for a strong scene of graphic sexuality.”

PG-13

“The Hospital” (MGM Home Entertainment); “for thematic elements, sexual content and drug references.”

“Mortal Kombat Annihilation” (New Line Cinema); “for non-stop martial arts violence.”

PG

“The Ride” (World Wide Pictures); “for some violence, mild language and thematic material.”

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