MPAA RATINGS

R

“Back in Business” (Columbia TriStar Home Video); “for strong violence and language and for sexuality.”

“Breakdown” (Paramount Pictures); “for strong violence/terror and language.”

“Cold Around The Heart” (20th Century Fox); “for strong violence and language and for sexuality.”

“The Conspiracy of Fear” (EGM Film Intl.); “for strong violence and for a brief sex scene.”

“Gang Related” (Orion Pictures); “for strong language, some violence and a scene with nudity.”

“Hoodlum” (MGM/UA); “for graphic gangster violence, strong language, a scene of sexuality and some nudity.”

“If These Walls Could Talk” (HBO Home Video); “for realistic depiction of abortions, a graphic shooting and some language.”

“Love Me Twice 2” (MRG Entertainment); “for strong sexuality.”

“Marco Polo – The Untold Story” (United States Media Corp.); “for strong pervasive sexuality.”

“Mistrial” (HBO Home Video); “for language and some violence.”

“The Monster” (Columbia Tri-Star Home Video); “for language and some sexual humor.”

“One Night Stand” (New Line Cinema); “for strong sexuality and language, and for drug content.”

“Poltergeist: The Legacy” (MGM/UA Home Entertainment); “for terror violence and a scene of sexuality.”

“Private Parts” (Paramount Pictures); “for strong language, nudity and crude sexual humor.”

“Ryan’s Daughter” (MGM/UA Home Entertainment; rerated); “for a sex scene.”

“Sante Fe” (Absolute Unequivocal Prods.); “for a sex scene and a violent sequence.”

“Suburbia” (Sony Pictures Classics); “for strong language including sex and drug references, teen drinking and brief nudity.”

“Temptress Moon” (Miramax Films); “for some intense images of sexuality and opium use.”

“Traveller” (Traveler Prods.); “for strong language and violence.”

PG-13

“The Pest” (TriStar Pictures); “for crude sexual, scatological and ethnic humor.”

“Masterminds” (Triumph Films); “for violence included in a children hostage situation and for language.”

“Last Resort” (R.S. Entertainment); “for teen drug issues.”

“Jerusalem” (First Look Pictures); “for some violence and a scene of sensuality.”

PG

“Shiloh” (Legacy Releasing); “for mild violence.”

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