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Rating: Parental guidance suggested for fleeting references to hormones and teenage misbehavior
Formerly titled "Parental Guidance Suggested," the film has since been changed to "Behaving Badly" which features the "Come & Get It" singer.
I read "Parental guidance suggested" (Expert Witness, April) eager to hear Sean Reynolds' suggestions for raising adolescent Catholics.
For Zide, a 1988 Michigan State grad, inspiration came after wrapping his latest comedy, "Parental Guidance Suggested," a series of vignettes starring Frankie Muniz.
Parental guidance suggested: Family involvement in college preparatory programs.
TV-PG -- Parental guidance suggested; may contain violence, sexual material, or offensive language.
Using the Motion Picture Association of America's movie ratings as a guide, an industry commission led by MPAA head Jack Valenti created six categories: TV-Y (appropriate for all children), TV-Y7 (unsuitable for kids under seven), TV-G (general audiences), TV-PG (parental guidance suggested), TV-14 (may be unsuitable for children under 14), and TV-M (mature audiences only).
Other ratings include TV-G ("general audiences"); TV-PG ("parental guidance suggested"); TV-14 ("parents strongly cautioned"), the rating Relativity's lesbian-kiss episode received; and TV-M ("for mature audiences only").
The MPAA came up with the PG-13 rating after howls of protest about director Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom." The 1984 film was rated PG (Parental Guidance Suggested) but critics complained its depictions of child slavery and violence - including a scene in which a man rips the heart out of a victim before dropping him into a fiery pit - were inappropriate for children under 13, so the association came up with the PG-13 rating (Parents Strongly Cautioned.
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