‘Everest’, ‘Good Kill’ and ‘Within’ in Today’s MPAA Ratings Bulletin

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MPAA ratings for Within, Everest, Good Kill
Latest MPAA Ratings: BULLETIN NO: 2364

For whatever reason, seeing a PG-13 rating for Baltasar Kormakur‘s Everest is a little upsetting for me and lowers my anticipation a little. Not because I felt it was a story that needs a bunch of blood and gore, but I felt given its focus it would be a little more intense. Oh well, we’ll just have to wait and see as the rating does promise some “intense peril and disturbing images.”

This week also brings a rating for Good Kill from director Andrew Niccol starring Ethan Hawke as a fighter-pilot turned drone-pilot. It’s carrying an R-rating and the reason includes “violent content including a rape”. I’m probably ignorant of another time I’ve seen “rape” in a rating reason, and I’m sure it has happened way more than I realize, but I think that’s a smart addition on the part of the MPAA.

Finally there’s Within, a new thriller from New Line that was originally titled Crawlspace. The movie stars Nadine Velazquez and Michael Vartan and centers around a widower (Vartan) with a daughter who gets remarried and, after going through a rough patch of unemployment, gets the opportunity for a new start in a new house in the suburbs. Trouble is the house has a very disturbing secret from the past that rears up.

The complete bulletin is directly below.

Ardor
Rated R For violence, some gruesome images and a scene of sexuality.
Barely Lethal
Rated R For sexual material and teen drinking.
NOTE: INTENDS TO APPEAL TO C.A.R.A. APPEALS BOARD.
Beyond the Mask
Rated PG For action, violence and some thematic elements.
Bucky and the Squirrels
Rated PG For some language and rude humor.
The Dog Who Saved Summer
Rated PG For some mild rude humor.
Don Verdean
Rated PG-13 For crude and suggestive content, some language and brief violence.
Rated PG-13 For intense peril and disturbing images.
Release Date: September 18, 2015
Rated R For violent content including a rape, language, and some sexuality.
Release Date: TBA 2015
In The Name of My Daughter
Rated R For sexuality, nudity and some language.
Lords of London
Rated R For language throughout and some violence.
Noble
Rated PG-13 For mature thematic material, including some violent and sexual situations.
Runoff
Rated R For some drug use. monterey media inc.
See You In Valhalla
Rated R For language, sexual references and drug use.
Rated R For some violence/terror.
Release Date: TBA 2015