Monday, July 19, 2010

Should the Breaking Dawn be rated R ?

It's still not clear how the Summit Entertainment will rate the movie. Will the Breaking Dawn stay at the same point as the other saga parts ("PG-13") or will they go for "R" rate.

The Summit's distribution chief Richie Fay told :

"I don't see it ever becoming an R-rated movie. The middle road we have to travel is a mutual respect as to staying true to the book but not turning off your audience."

It's true, you don't have to turn off the audience, but how is it possible to make the fourth book instalment in the PG-13 rating ? It's all about Bella getting older, being a mother, going through the wedding and honey moon.
The island part is not just another moment in the book, it's a big emotional step for both of them. Edward and Bella are much different in the last book from the previous one.
Breaking Dawn isn't understandable for any teens. It's not about how regular girl is getting older, Bella never was a regular one.

They will obviously stay at "PG-13" as it will make the larger profit and not let the movie fall in the theaters. But I still hold with the think that if you want to go for the movie and you are grown enough to understand it, your parents will buy you the ticket.

It will help the movie illustrate the book for the 100 %.

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