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AMC Will Allow Minors to See ‘Bully’ With Parental Permission

Bully
Weinstein Co.

It's been a long battle for The Weinstein Co. and their new documentary, 'Bully,' a film that explores the effects of teen bullying. The MPAA slapped the film with an R rating, and the Weinsteins responded by choosing to release the film as unrated. But now kids will be able to see the crucial doc, courtesy of AMC Theaters. Find out how:

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‘Bully’ Triggers Trend As More Filmmakers Appeal MPAA Ratings

Bully

Harvey Weinstein grabbed headlines earlier this year when he appealed the MPAA’s decision to tag the ripped-from-the-headlines documentary ‘Bully’ with an R rating. Ever the masterful marketer, Weinstein used the appeal to generate press for his movie. But there’s a much larger story brewing behind that flashy, attention-demanding move.

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MPAA Upholds NC-17 Rating for ‘Killer Joe’

Killer Joe
LD Entertainment

The MPAA is becoming quite fond of this NC-17 rating as of late; first they uphold the rating on the Weinstein's awareness doc 'Bully,' and now they refuse to overturn their initial rating of the latest William Friedkin film, 'Killer Joe.'

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MPAA Refuses to Compromise on R-Rating for ‘Bully’ Documentary

Bully
The Weinstein Company

Proving that it takes a bully to beat a bully, the MPAA is refusing to cave on their R-rating for the Weinstein Company's new doc, 'Bully.' The documentary, which sheds a light on the important issue of schoolyard bullying, features "some language," which was just enough to ruffle the feathers of the notoriously difficult ratings board.

It's strange, considering the

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