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PG-13 Rated Movies

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  • What possessed them to make 'Possession'?

    What possessed them  to make 'Possession'?
    If you only see one demonic possession/Jewish exorcism movie this year, make it "The Possession." Swap the clerical collars for a yarmulke, change the sacred incantations from Latin to Hebrew, leave out the pea soup and you have a passable PG-13...
  • Smoking in movies may turn teens to cigarettes: study

    Smoking in movies may turn teens to cigarettes: study
    (Reuters) - Youth who watch a lot of movies with cigarette-smoking characters, no matter what the film's rating is, are more likely to start smoking themselves, according to a new U.S. study. The lead author of the report, which appeared in Pediatrics,...
  • 'Total Recall': Remember this? ★★ 1/2

    'Total Recall': Remember this? ★★ 1/2
    In the opening seconds of the"Total Recall"remake, the words "original film" appear on the screen, referring to a production company calling itself Original Film. So before it even begins, the movie delivers its first inadvertent joke. Original this...
  • 'G.I. Joe's' mission: Frantic action ★★

    'G.I. Joe's' mission: Frantic action ★★
    Right in the middle of "G.I. Joe: Retaliation," which is one sort of action movie, there's another, better one that lasts five or six very good minutes. We're in the Himalayas, where the fancy ninjas such as Storm Shadow (Byung-hun Lee) and Snake Eyes...
  • Homeland insecurity in 'Red Dawn' ★ ★

    Homeland insecurity in 'Red Dawn' ★ ★
    For a while there, the invading army in the "Red Dawn" remake was Chinese. Then the producers decided to change the enemy into North Koreans, backed by a Russian or two for old times' sake, by way of an opening sequence explaining the geopolitical and...
  • By the finale, 'Twilight' vampire series is mostly anemic ★ 1/2

    By the finale, 'Twilight' vampire series is mostly anemic ★ 1/2
    The fifth and very likely final "Twilight" picture boasts one moment, perhaps three or four seconds in length, so delightfully intense and uncharacteristically juicy that the rest of the film — most of the rest of the whole series, in fact —...
  • Very little that's tempting in Tyler Perry's 'Temptation' ★ 1/2

    Very little that's tempting in Tyler Perry's 'Temptation' ★ 1/2
    The thing that made Tyler Perry rich is much in evidence in "Tyler Perry's Temptation." It was called "Confessions of a Marriage Counselor" when he toured with it on stage. There's no Madea here. But the women are beautiful, serious about clothes,...
  • Is ‘Bully’ a tipping point for the MPAA movie ratings system?

     
    Harvey Weinstein’s PR blitzkrieg for "Bully" may turn out to be a pivotal chapter in the battle to overhaul the Motion Picture Assn. of America's ratings system....
  • How would you change the MPAA's movie ratings? [Poll]

     
    The ratings board of the Motion Picture Assn. of America has had better months. Following its assigning of an R rating for the documentary "Bully," the MPAA has been attacked from all quarters. Harvey Weinstein, the film's distributor, and "Bully"...
  • 'American Idol' on TV: April 4th – 11th

     
    Keep up with "American Idol," its judges, its alumni and this season's finalists, on TV from April 4th – 11th: “Behind the Music” 2 p.m. Wednesday, VH1: Jennifer Hudson finds success in spite of an early elimination from “...
  • Did an open mic catch Obama making promises to Russia?

     
    Republicans are livid about a comment that President Obama made -- unaware that it was being captured by an open microphone -- to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Referring to protracted discussions over the placement of a U.S. missile defense system......
  • Cheap coal? Tell that to the dead miners' families

     
    President Obama announced new EPA rules Tuesday that sharply limit the output of carbon dioxide emissions from new power plants. Not surprisingly, the mining industry objected. But it's wrong....