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Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by BobThePizzaBoy, Oct 8, 2013.

  1. BobThePizzaBoy

    BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    It's rated PG for "some mild action". No huge surprises since the last one was PG but figured the news shall be passed on.
  2. dwayne1115

    dwayne1115 Well-Known Member

    Do you have any kind of link or anything?
  3. BobThePizzaBoy

    BobThePizzaBoy Well-Known Member

    Check BoxOfficeMojo, that's where I saw it.
  4. dwayne1115

    dwayne1115 Well-Known Member

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  5. muppetlover123

    muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

    Well the last one was but i kind of expected this one to be PG
  6. muppetlover123

    muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

    Sorry to double post but

    Where does it say "some mild action" on the mojo page
  7. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

  8. Muppet fan 123

    Muppet fan 123 Well-Known Member

    I'm glad it's PG. "G" sounds kiddy. PG is a whole different game.
    WalterFan1234 likes this.
  9. mr3urious

    mr3urious Well-Known Member

    Even if it did get a G, it won't bother me. After all, past Muppet films were rated G.
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  10. Muppet fan 123

    Muppet fan 123 Well-Known Member

    Wouldn't bother me either, but I want this movie to make as much money as possible. Parents are going to bring their kids to this movie anyway, the crowd we need is everyone else.
    WalterFan1234 likes this.
  11. Mo Frackle

    Mo Frackle Well-Known Member

    Though if made nowadays, some of the G Muppet movies would probably be counted as PG flicks. For instance, I doubt certain scenes in MTI would pass for "G rated" scenes these days. Not that a G rating would bug me. But even so, modern day G films are often considered strictly kiddie fare by the general public.
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  12. StevieOpossum

    StevieOpossum Well-Known Member

    I didn't really expect it to be anything above/below PG. PG seems to be the new G.
    Drtooth likes this.
  13. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Pixar's the only company that gets away with a G rating. And barely. I don't even see why we have a G rating anymore. The system is screwed up.
  14. antsamthompson9

    antsamthompson9 Well-Known Member

    I beg to deffer. None of the Pixar movies come off as kiddie movies.
  15. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I just said that.

    And yes Pixar is the only ones that can get away with it as they're Pixar. Anyone else will look foolish if you don't want the audience to think you have a 'tude for the hipsters.

    Still, it's impossible to get a G now. And no one wants it. So, it's a feat to get something that you don't want in the first place that you can only walk away from if you're Pixar... and chances are a good half of your movies are PG anyway.
  16. jvcarroll

    jvcarroll Well-Known Member

    If the Muppet Movie and Great Muppet Caper were released today they would probably receive a PG due to the guns.
  17. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    If TMM was released today, it would probably get a had R because of someone in the background smoking. I'm sure even the references to champagne would get it a freakin' PG-13. I love these moral panic stories where some antsy pants parental group with too much time on their hands says that "today's PG-13 movies are yesterday's R rated movies" because they get away with one or two things. Yet, the list of things that give a film a hard R grow every day. The Wolverine, rated PG-13, had more discretion shots when Wolverine stabbed a guy with his claws than a TV Y7 cartoon show.

    Also, I love how they ignore that today's PG films are yesterday's G's. Marketing standpoint or not, every "PG" movie I've seen in recent memory that wasn't Rango was perfectly fine for a preschool audience.
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  18. Muppet Master

    Muppet Master Well-Known Member

    If all the muppet films were made today, all of them FOR SURE would be rated PG, here are the reasons.

    TMM= For Mild Peril and Drinking
    GMC= For Mild Violence, Language, Innuendo, and Drinking
    MTM= Some Thematic Elements
    MCC= Some Thematic Elements
    MTI= For Mild Violence, Language, and some Drinking
    MFS= Mild Crude Humor
    TM'11= RATED G
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  19. WalterFan1234

    WalterFan1234 Well-Known Member

    All of the muppet movies would be pg. They all have their moments of pg humor. Especially MFS
  20. Muppet Master

    Muppet Master Well-Known Member

    When MTM aired on Movies (tv channel) both times it had a TV-PG rating.

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