Each Monday I’ll be updating you with the latest classification decisions from the Australian Classification Board
Another week with few theatrical ratings, George Clooney’s once Oscar hopeful that has been lukewarmly received in the US, The Monuments Men; Kevin Hart’s US box office smash Ride Along; and the dismally received I, Frankenstein, directed by Tomorrow When the War Began helmer Stuart Beattie being the most recognisable titles. On the DVD front, there’s surprise Best Picture nominee Philomena, beatnik literature period piece Kill Your Darlings, a film I personally didn’t enjoy, and the Saving Mr Banks companion documentary of sorts The Real Mary Poppins, which played on ABC a few weeks ago.
3 Days to Kill M for violence, mature themes, and coarse language. DCP.
Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero R18+ for high impact sexual references. DVD.
Gunday M for violence and mature themes. DCP.
Healing M for coarse language. DCP.
The Hobbit the Desolation of Smaug M for fantasy violence. DVD.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire M for mature themes and violence. DVD for Blu-Ray.
I, Frankenstein M for fantasy violence. DCP 3D.
Ithu Kathirvelan Kadhal PG for infrequent mild violence. DCP.
Khumba PG for some scary scenes and mild coarse language. Blu-Ray + DVD.
Kill Your Darlings MA for strong sex scenes, drug use, and nudity. DVD.
Les Gamins (The Brats) M for sexual references, drug use, and coarse language. DVD.
Miss Granny M for mature themes and coarse language. DCP.
The Monuments Men M for violence. DCP.
Naruto the Movie Shippuden: Blood Prison M for animated violence. Blu-Ray.
The Ninja Immovable Heart M for violence. DVD.
Noah’s Ark PG for mild themes. DVD.
Philomena M for coarse language and mature themes. DVD.
The Real Mary Poppins PG for mild themes. DVD.
Ride Along M for violence and coarse language. DCP.
Tulpa MA for strong violence, blood and gore, sex scene. DVD.
Vamp U M for violence and sexual references. DVD.
The Wrath of Vajra M for action violence. DVD.