mpaa ratings


The following films were assigned ratings in the latest weekly bulletin issued by the MPAA's Classification and Rating Administration:


"We are Together" (rated for some thematic elements) Palm Pictures


"Adventures of Johnny Tao" (rated for violence and martial arts action) MTI Home Video

"Baby Mama" (rated for crude and sexual humor, language and a drug reference) Universal

"Before the Rains" (rated for violent content and a scene of sexuality) Kerala Prods.

"Jack and Jill vs. the World" (rated for sexual content and brief strong language) First Look Studios

"The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond" (rated for some sexuality and drug content) Teardrop Prods.

"Not Easily Broken" (rated for sexual references and thematic elements) Screen Gems

"The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2" (rated for mature material and sensuality) Warner Bros. Pictures

"Sunday School" (rated for brief drug content) Maverick Entertainment Group

"Superhero Movie!" (rated for crude and sexual content, comic violence, drug references and language) the Weinstein Co.


"Baghead" (rated for language, some sexual content and nudity) Sony Pictures Classics

"Bra Boys" (rated for language, some violent content and reckless behavior) Berkela Films

"Brutal Massacre: A Comedy" (rated for language, sexuality/nudity and some violent images) Anchor Bay/Starz Entertainment

"Columbus Day" (rated for some violence and language) Columbus Day the Movie

"Death on Demand" (rated for strong violence/gore, sexual content and language) MTI Home Video

"The Evil Woods" (rated for pervasive language, some violence, nudity and drug use) Grindstone Entertainment Group

"Good Girl Bad Girl" (rated for language) Maverick Entertainment Group

"Heavy Metal In Baghdad" (rated for pervasive language) Arts Alliance America

"Inhospitable" (rated for horror violence, language and some sexual content) Lightning Home Entertainment

"My Name is Bruce" (rated for language and some violence) Image Entertainment

"Red Roses and Petrol" (rated for language including some sexual references) World Wide Motion Pictures Corp./World Wide Prods.

"Senior Skip Day" (rated for crude and sexual content, pervasive language, drug and alcohol use — all involving teens) First Look Studios

"Six Reasons Why" (rated for some violence and language) Image Entertainment

"The Take" (rated for violence, sexual content, language and some drug use) Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

"Turn the River" (rated for language) Screen Media Ventures

"What Up?" (rated for language) Grindstone Entertainment Group

"Take"* (rated for some violent content with intense emotional impact) Crossing Paths

* Note: Amended rating reason. Rated R.