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The following films were assigned ratings in the latest weekly bulletin issued by the MPAA’s Classification and Rating Administration:
“Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A Veggie Tales Movie” Universal Studios
“Darfur Now” (rated for thematic material involving crimes against humanity) Warner Independent Pictures
“Luna: Spirit of the Whale” (rated for mild thematic elements including brief teen smoking and drinking, and some language) Trinity Home Entertainment
“Turn Around” (rated for thematic material including some teen misbehavior and drinking) Candlelight Media Group Inc.
“Canvas” (rated for mature thematic elements) Screen Media Ventures Llc.
“Deal” (rated for language, sexual content and brief drug use) MGM
“Flawless” (rated for brief strong language) Magnolia Pictures
“The Forgotten Coast” (rated for brief strong language) Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
“Heavens Fall” (rated for mature thematic elements including some dialogue) Allumination FilmWorks
“How To Cook Your Life” (rated for brief strong language) Roadside Attractions
“National Lampoon’s Bagboy” (rated for sexual content, language and some drug references) Bagboy Prods.
“The Sasquatch Gang” (rated for crude humor and language) Screen Media Ventures Llc.
“Starting Out in the Evening” (rated for sexual content, language and brief nudity) Roadside Attractions
“Why Did I Get Married?” (rated for mature thematic material, sexual references and language) Lionsgate Films
“Anamorph” (rated for disturbing grisly images, some violence and language) Anamorph Llc.
“Chicago 10” (rated for language and brief sexual images) Roadside Attractions
“Danny Roane: First Time Director” (rated for drug content, crude and sexual humor and some language) Lionsgate
“The Listening” (rated for language ) Monarch Home Video
“National Lampoon’s Homo Erectus” (rated for crude and sexual content, nudity and language) National Lampoon Inc.
“The Orphanage” (rated for some disturbing content) Picturehouse
“The Poughkeepsie Tapes” (rated for sadistic violence and torture, including terror and graphic descriptions) Poughkeepsie Films Llc.
“Protagonist” (rated for language) IFC Films
“Saw IV” (rated for sequences of grisly bloody violence and torture throughout, and for language) Lionsgate Films
“Lust, Caution” (rated for some explicit sexuality ) Focus Features
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