MPAA Ratings: 'Rango,' 'Something Borrowed'
by Ray Subers
January 18, 2011
The Motion Picture Association of America's Classification and Ratings Administration dished out ratings for Rango and Something Borrowed in their weekly bulletin this afternoon.
Rango was rated PG for "rude humor, language, action and smoking." While a PG is a somewhat rare rating for an animated movie, it's not altogether surprising for Rango given its western setting. Directed by Gore Verbinski and featuring the vocal talents of Johnny Depp, Rango opens March 4 opposite Beastly, The Adjustment Bureau and Take Me Home Tonight.
Romantic comedy Something Borrowed earned a PG-13 rating for "sexual content including dialogue, and some drug material." The movie stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson and John Krasinski and kicks off the summer on May 6 against Thor and Jumping the Broom.
The Resident was tagged with an R rating for "violence, language and brief sexuality/nudity." As it is currently without a distributor or release date, it's unclear right now if the Hilary Swank-Jeffrey Dean Morgan horror thriller will hit theaters in the U.S.
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