Nc 17 Rating

October 15, 2010 by Post Team 

Nc 17 Rating, The deadline is stated that the Weinstein Company will challenge the coast with an appeal next month. Harvey Weinstein is throwing his massive surrounded … Influence … around and we hope to get the MPAA rating to hit Blue’s Valentine to a reasonable R.


Disclosure: I have not seen Blue Valentine. I do not know the context or severity of the scene in question; I have the resources cited as my guide.

That said, I already know it’s a royally stupid mistake by the MPAA, the independent group that assigns ratings to films, and another slap in the average moviegoer. If you have not already, you need to watch the wonderful documentary this film is not yet rated. It highlights the various problems within the organization and this is just the latest example.

Apparently, the scene in question includes the stars of Blue Valentine, Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams, trying to save their marriage by spending the night in a hotel. They get drunk and Gosling wants to have sex. She does not yet agree. According to Deadline, there is hardly a no nudity and violence. And yet, the MPAA gave the symbol of death, if nothing is done, it essentially ruins to get a wide release. Given this is one of the few films from the festival circuit, which was increasingly Oscar buzz; it’s a terrible blow. They can appeal, and with Harvey Weinstein behind the film, it might not be a big problem. But the note was officially handed over today if there are still challenges ahead.

This mess is facing palmingly stupid and frustrating. The MPAA has lost much of its usefulness. We have the Internet, parents are able to determine whether or not they want their children to see a particular film so much easier now that some arbitrary scoring some anonymous board deems appropriate. And we’ll just charge a few examples to show their hypocrisy, will we? Clerk received a NC-17 for about girl giving guys ****jobs 37 (not simultaneously). James Bong gets his testicles in Casino Royale and gets a PG-13. Saving Private Ryan shows images of war almost as real as you can get and gets an R. If you say ‘*ck’ more than three times that you get an R rating, which apparently means if a 15 year old hears the word ‘*ck’ more than three times in two hours or it will turn into a deviant misconduct mouth. If you even show nipple of a woman, you get an R. But still, you can see a picture wife (as long as blood is small! Who is stupid in it? What is the minimum?)

What the hell, the MPAA? When will you get with the times or at least the rank films begin with fairly and precedents? Seriously, this is getting old and you’re standing in the way of artistic achievement in the name of “protecting” children.

Source: Time

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