Compared to hundreds of PG (first one being The Black Hole in 1979) and G-rated films, only 14 films under the Walt Disney Pictures banner, including Hamilton, have been rated PG-13. 2013 is the first calendar year in which Disney released more than one PG-13 film under the Disney label.
What are PG-13 movies allowed to show?
PG-13 – Parents Strongly Cautioned – Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. These films may contain sex references, up to four uses of explicit language, drug innuendo, strong crude/suggestive humor, mature themes, moderately long horror moments and/or moderate action violence.
Can 12 year olds watch PG-13 movies?
According to the Motion Picture Association, the PG-13 label means the movie is fine for kids over the age of thirteen. It may not, however, be appropriate for children under thirteen because of language, violence, nudity, and other mature content.
Why is frozen PG-13?
The MPAA rated Frozen PG for some action and mild rude humor.
Is Disney a logo?
History of the Disney Logo
In 1995, though, the logo underwent a transformation into what would be the basis for the Disney logo we see today, featuring a light blue castle with the text “Walt Disney Pictures” displayed across it. This logo was used until 2006 when Disney adopted the logo we now see today.
Is Maleficent Disney?
Maleficent (/məˈlɛfɪsənt/ or /məˈlɪfɪsənt/) is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Productions’ 16th animated feature film, Sleeping Beauty (1959).
What Disney movies are rated R?
- Blood In Blood Out.
- Pretty Woman.
- The Last Duel.
- The Empty Man.
Are there any PG Pixar movies?
Disney/Pixar’s upcoming computer-animated film Up has received a PG rating from the MPAA for “some peril and action.” The rating is now being featured on the movie’s official website. This is only Pixar’s second feature to receive a PG rating, after 2004’s The Incredibles; all the others have been rated G.
What is the only Pixar movie to be rated PG?
Pixar’s Brave, due out in about a month, has been rated PG by the MPAA in the United States. It was given the rating for “some scary action and rude humor.” Interestingly, it’s only Pixar’s third film that’s been rated higher than G. The Incredibles and Up are the other two.