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Motion Picture Association of America

Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian Expose Children to Star Wars Violence

Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian took their young children, Penelope and Mason, to see “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” even though the film’s PG-13 rating carries with it a “strong caution” for parents because of graphic violence and some sexually suggestive scenes. Mason is six years old and Penelope is only three years old. Both are well under the recommended age limit for the film, which is 13. ...

NRA Slaps Hollywood for Violent Culture; Will Hollywood Bite Back?

Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association’s hard-line anti-gun regulation architect, unleashed a blistering attack on Hollywood for cranking out what he called “filthiest form of pornography.” Will Hollywood fight back and lead the campaign against assault weapons? It can be a powerful persuasive force it the debate, but it will take celebrity involvement and more to counter the NRA’s deep pockets and copious campaign contributions in Washington....
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Hunger Games Blood, Gore Draws Parent Outcry Worldwide

Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth and "The Hunger Games," are winning millions of fans around the world, but some parents' groups are shocked by scenes of murder and bloodshed. They say the film is too graphic for young teens. Lawrence plays heroine Katniss Everdeen, one of 24 "tributes" who must fight to the death in the annual games, which are staged by the brutal dictatorship of Panem....