American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a movie rating indicating that admission will be granted to persons of all ages but that parental guidance is suggested in the case of children under the age of 13.
“PG-13 (Bonaventura calls it a "hard PG-13″, whatever that means) and the whole action-comedy element is surprising.”
“Perhaps because of a need to secure a PG-13, more than a few major characters die in relatively obtuse, nearly-offscreen fashions, leaving us to only realize who perished when we take a moment to notice who isn't standing to be fair, that is probably how it goes in real combat as well...”
“We'll see if the PG-13 version of the film will play any better than The Passion of the Christ Recut, but I sincerely doubt it.”
“A: The most recent Transformer movie is rated: PG-13.”
“The Bourne movies were all PG-13, and PG-13 movies generally do better at the box office.”
“It's also a promising sign that Warner Bros. believes that the seventh Harry Potter (which was just rated PG-13 for 'some sequences of intense action violence and frightening images') is darn-well good enough not to need a 3D presentation to ensure massive box office, although a $290-310 million domestic take would have been assured regardless.”
“I can't believe so many children of the 80's (myself included) managed to get their parents to let them watch it (in fact, Gremlins is one of two movies that led to the creation of a PG-13 rating).”
“The language back and forth between the warring parties had ventured toward the far end of the alphabet -- G-rated to PG-13, than R-rated, and now into deeply into XXX-rated -- when the Dean of the school, a retired U.S.”
“Harvey Weinstein says some of the profane language that have "The King's Speech" its R-rating may be edited for a new PG or PG-13 version that can be seen by a broader audience.”
“The Rite PG-13 "A run-of-the-mill chiller that spends an inordinate amount of time flirting with unconventional scare tactics before sacrificing all of its ingenuity to become the latest in a long line of 'The Exorcist' clones.”
Looking for tweets for PG-13.