Originally Posted by RonAlam
yup...says family friendly all over it...
Apparently you aren't intuitive enough to pick up what I'm laying down.
I'm well aware that the movie is rated R. I'm also well aware of how it got it's rating. Let me break it down for you since you're not quite keeping up.
Pitch Black: Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for sci-fi violence and gore, and for language (read: no needless nudie scenes and excessive profanity
Chronicles of Riddick: Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violent action and some language (read: once again no needless nudie scenes and excessive profanity
Riddick: Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for strong violence, language and some sexual content/nudity
The series was already two films in, and had a basis of what one could expect. If the first two had been filmed with nudity, then I would have no issue with it as you would have come to expect it; and I would have made the decision early on on whether or not to watch it. But this latest one departed from the ongoing theme. It would be like the last F&F movie having sex scenes and random nudity, and filled with F bombs. It would have been out of place given the previous iterations theme.
The same could be said for the Die Hard series. Live Free or Die Hard was one of my favorite of the series and guess what.......................................I have no problem with a movie portraying actual events and "mimicking" what one would expect. A war movie filled with swearing is to be expected, but when one forcefully adds scenes that really don't improve upon the basic foundation, or further the script; there is no need for it.