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FRIDAY, AUG 19, 2011  |  6 comments
F-bombs dropping by the cluster in PG-13 movies
Officially, the MPAA’s Classification and Rating Administration’s guidelines state: “A motion picture’s single use of one of the harsher sexually-derived words, though only as an expletive, initially requires at least a PG-13 rating. More than one such expletive requires an R rating, as must even one of those words used in a sexual context.”

But the MPAA’s guidelines then add that if two-thirds of the rating board members believe that multiple F-words are used in a legitimate “context or manner” or are “inconspicuous,” then the movie could still be rated PG-13.

Besides “The Social Network” and “The Tourist,” add “The Adjustment Bureau,” “Iron Man 2” and “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” to recent films that have dropped more than one F-bomb and still secured PG-13 ratings. ...


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News Item8/26/11 10:08 AM
Ruth  Find all comments by Ruth
Dwayne wrote:
Someone once said to me that public schools don't shape how your children think but hollywood and Nashville do!
How careful we need to be to protect ourselves and our children from the evil that comes out of Hollywood and contaminates the people of North America!
1 Peter 5 8
Be sober be vigilant because your adversary the devil walkout about the earth seeking whom he may devour
I agree Dwayne so does the minster whose sermon I'm suggesting you might want to listen to. It was a sermon that helped me understand what the enemy looked like when trying to fight for the souls of my children against so many adversaries.

Rufus, I think you also would find it helpful and I'd appreciate your input if you do listen.
http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=926072050502

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News Item8/26/11 9:58 AM
Dwayne  Find all comments by Dwayne
Someone once said to me that public schools don't shape how your children think but hollywood and Nashville do!
How careful we need to be to protect ourself an our children from the evil that comes out of Hollywood and contaminates the people of north america!
1peter 5 8
Be sober be vigilant because your adversary the devil walkout about the earth seeking whom he may devour
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News Item8/21/11 8:47 PM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
Ruth wrote:
What I understood Rufus to say, Be not deceived evil habits, manners, customs and morals (that are grahically promoted by Hollywood) corrupt God's good that is intended for his people and does great harm. Why should God's children spend their money to the promotion of such wickedness? At least it seemed that was consistent with the Scripture and his intent?
Ruth,

You spoke wisely and understood my intent and I believe the intent of the scripture.

Mr Hammock,

I've listened to a couple of your proHollywood sermons and understand why you would feel led to justify their evil communications. Where you ought to be rebuking these movies you are using them as sermon outlines.

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News Item8/21/11 7:09 PM
Ruth | where God is well known  Find all comments by Ruth
Trevor Hammack wrote:
Rufus, what does that verse have to do with the News Article? The Greek word for communications that is used in that verse is éthos. It does not mean words we use or hear but about habit, manner, custom and morals.
What I understood Rufus to say, Be not deceived evil habits, manners, customs and morals (that are grahically promoted by Hollywood) corrupt God's good that is intended for his people and does great harm. Why should God's children spend their money to the promotion of such wickedness? At least it seemed that was consistent with the Scripture and his intent?
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News Item8/21/11 3:36 PM
Trevor Hammack | Ovalo, Texas  Contact via emailFind all comments by Trevor Hammack
Rufus, what does that verse have to do with the News Article? The Greek word for communications that is used in that verse is éthos. It does not mean words we use or hear but about habit, manner, custom and morals.
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News Item8/19/11 9:19 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameFind all comments by Rufus
"Be not deceived: evil communications corrupt good manners." - 1 Corinthians 15:33

I wonder how successful these movies would be if they lacked Christian money?

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