Topic Godzilla 2014 rated R?

Joshuahopkins

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Posted Dec-28-2013 3:46 PM

Is Godzilla 2014 Really a Rated R Film? 

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Is really Godzilla 2014 a Rate R movie?

 

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FordBrodyLover99

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Posted Dec-28-2013 4:38 PM

No, its just a stupid rumor. Its not R-rated. You cant trust every website on the darn internet. Its by 99% security PG-13

xxsaberblackcrow

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Posted Dec-28-2013 4:54 PM

Im sure the movie will be PG 13 because there,s Godzilla toys for kids so it,s not going to be rated R

Joshuahopkins

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Posted Dec-28-2013 5:11 PM

im not saying i believe it but im just giving what people thoughts ideas are on it and letting people know what a website says about it.

doggiezilla

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Posted Dec-28-2013 6:56 PM

no i think it will be pg13.

Lord Vader

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Posted Dec-28-2013 7:14 PM

PG 13 is fine for me. R rated simply mean violence and coarse language, and lots of it, both unnecessary in this movie.

 

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BurningGodzilla1995

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Posted Dec-28-2013 7:50 PM

I mean either way the door swings it will hopefully be great...if it turns more violent that's fine but like you said it's unnecessary but always great

King_of_Zombies

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Posted Dec-28-2013 8:07 PM

Nobody cares the blood, it may have rivers of blood, rains of blood, and it will still being PG-13, because Kids always are playing videogames like mortal kombat and stuff, the only way to make it "R" is to show boobs, sex and teenagers smoking all kind of weeds.

BurningGodzilla1995

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Posted Dec-28-2013 8:38 PM

I'm playing mortal kombat at the moment...and when did the R-rated system become the equivalent of a Friday the 13th movie

GODZILLA HIMSELF

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Posted Dec-29-2013 12:53 AM

i really don't care about blood(at least unless its over the top, then it gets stupid), as long as they don't cuss for every other word of the movie or have anything explicit(along the lines of what king of zombies said) it ill be just fine, uneccessary F-bombs can so quickly ruin an otherwise good movie. in the end that kind of stuff can cut out huge portions of a movies audiance.

king of the monsters

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Posted Dec-29-2013 10:39 AM

The problem with R is that you cut out a huge amount of your audience. In the end, the goal of movie making is to make money. They can't do that with only a small percentage of the populace able to see the movie. So, PG-13 is more likely.

 

PS- I just can't see Godzilla getting past PG-13. Don't know why, it just doesn't seem possible.

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BurningGodzilla1995

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Posted Dec-29-2013 12:08 PM

Actually a lot of the movies were rated R and unrated when they were released on DVD

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