MPAA ratings: March 3, 2010

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MPAA ratings: March 3, 2010. The following feature-length motion pictures have been reviewed and rated by the Classification and Rating Administration pursuant to the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program. Each of the designated ratings is defined as follows under the Motion Picture Classification and Rating program.

G -- GENERAL AUDIENCES. All ages admitted.
PG -- PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED. Some material may not be suitable for children.
PG -13 --PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED. Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13.
R -- RESTRICTED. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
NC-17 -- NO ONE 17 AND UNDER ADMITTED.


Film Distributor Reason Rating
Back-Up Plan, The
CBS Films Inc.
Rated for sexual content, including references, some crude material and language.
PG-13
Chain Letter
New Films International
Rated for strong, bloody, sadistic violence throughout, language and brief nudity.
R
Dean Spanley
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment Rated for some thematic material and mild language.
PG
Four Boxes
E1 Entertainment U.S. LP
Rated for language and some sexuality.
R
Gangster Exchange
Good New Movies
Rated for strong, bloody violence, drug and sexual content and pervasive language.
R
Hidden Beauty
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
G
Marmaduke
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp. Rated for some rude humor and language.
PG
Not The Messiah: He's A Very Naughty Boy
Worldwide SPE Acquisitions, Inc. Rated for suggestive material and language.
PG
Outrage
Phase 4 Films Inc. Rated for violence, language and brief sexuality.
R
Rampage
Phase 4 Films Inc.
Rated R for prolonged strong, sadistic, bloody violence and language.
R
See What I'm Saying
Worldplay, Inc. Rated for some thematic material and language including sexual references.
PG-13
You Might As Well Live
E1 Entertainment U.S. LP
Rated for crude and sexual content, some graphic nudity, drug material and pervasive language.
R
Bulletin No: 2110
Updated Wednesday, March 3, 2010
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