MPAA Ratings


“Breast Men” (HBO Home Video); “for sexuality and nudity, language and drug use.”

“Character” (Sony Pictures Classics); “for violence.”

“Don King: Only In America” (HBO Home Video); “for strong language, some violence and nudity.”

“Freedom Strike” (A-Pix Entertainment); “for violence.”

“I Got the Hook-Up” (Miramax); “for pervasive strong language, crude sexual humor, nudity, drug content and some violence.”

“Intimate Sessions – Volume I” (The Kushner-Locke Co.); “for sex and nudity throughout.”

“Phantasm IV” (Silver Sphere Corporation); “for horror violence/gore and some strong language.”

“Species II” (MGM); “for strong sexuality, sci-fi violence/gore and language.”

“Two Girls and a Guy” (Fox); “for a strong sex scene, strong language and sexual dialogue, and for a violent image.”

“Virus” (Universal); “for sci-fi violence/gore, and for language.”

“Wilde” (Sony Pictures Classics); “for strong sexuality and language.”

“With Friends Like These” (Mom’s Roof, Inc.); “for language.”


“Deja Vu” (Rainbow Releasing); “for language, brief sexuality and a scene of drug use.”

“Dirty Work” (MGM); “for crude sexual humor and language.”

“Finding Graceland” (Largo Entertainment); “for a sexual situation.”

“Lost in Space” (New Line Cinema); “for some intense sci-fi action.”

“Shadrach” (Tidewater Pictures); “for language and brief sexuality.”

“U.S. Marshals” (WB); “for some scenes of violence and brief language.”


“Earth Minus Zero” (PM Entertainment Group); “for mild language and some crude humor.”

“My Giant” (Columbia Pictures); “for language, mild violence and brief crude humor.”

“The Secret Kingdom” (Amazing Fantasy Entertainment); “for mild violence and frightening images.”


“Barney’s Great Adventure” (Polygram Films).

“The Elf Who Didn’t Believe” (Cabin Fever Entertainment).

“The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story” (Buena Vista Home Entertainment).

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