We just found out that ‘50 Shades of Grey’ has officially been given an R-rating from the MPAA for “strong sexual content including dialogue, some unusual behavior and graphic nudity, and for language.” Naturally, this leads to recalling some of the stranger and more amusing MPAA rating explanations over the years, which have ranged from absurdly funny to prudish and a little bizarre. Here, for your browsing pleasure: a list of some of the most hilarious and weird rating descriptions from the MPAA.

‘Team America: World Police’: Rated R for “graphic crude and sexual humor, violent images and strong language—all involving puppets.”

‘Titanic’: Rated PG-13 for “disaster related peril and violence, nudity, sensuality and brief language.”

‘The Brady Bunch Movie’: Rated PG-13 “for racy innuendos.”

‘Demolition Man’: Rated R for “non-stop action violence, and for strong language.”

‘Jurassic Park’: Rated PG-13 for “intense science fiction terror.”

‘Batman Returns’: Rated PG-13 for “brooding, dark violence.”

‘Twister’: Rated PG-13 for “intense depiction of very bad weather.”

‘Bitter Moon’: Rated R for “the strong depiction of a perverse sexual relationship.”

‘Breaking Point’: Rated R for “psychopathic murders, strong sexuality and language.”

‘Grumpier Old Men’: Rated PG-13 for “salty language and innuendos.”

‘Congo’: Rated PG-13 for “jungle adventure terror and action and brief strong language.”

‘Ghost Brigade’: Rated R for “satanic war violence.”

‘Alien Trespass’: Rated PG for “sci-fi action and brief historical smoking.”

‘Much Ado About Nothing’: Rated PG-13 for “momentary sensuality.”

‘Little Giants’: Rated PG for “kids’ rude language and pranks.”

‘War of the Buttons’: Rated PG for “mischievous conflict, some mild language and bare bottoms.”

‘Mr. Deeds’: Rated PG-13 for “language including sexual references, and some rear nudity.”

‘Dead Alive’: Rated R for “an abundance of outrageous gore.”

‘The Indian in the Cupboard’: Rated PG for “mild language and brief video images of violence and sexy dancing.”

‘Alien vs. Predator’: Rated PG-13 for “violence, language, horror images, slime and gore.”

‘Alice in Wonderland’ (2010): Rated PG for “fantasy action/violence involving scary images and situations, and for a smoking caterpillar.”

‘Bushwhacked’: Rated PG for “language and a mild birds and bees discussion.”

‘Jefferson in Paris’: Rated PG-13 for “mature theme[s], some images of violence and a bawdy puppet show.”

‘3 Ninjas Knuckle Up’: Rated PG-13 for “non-stop ninja action.”

‘Teenage Space Vampires’: Rated PG for “mild alien vampire violence.”

‘The Skateboard Kid 2': Rated PG for “brief mild language and an adolescent punch in the nose.”

‘Pink Flamingos’: Rated NC-17 for “a wide range of perversions in explicit detail.”

‘Ice Age’: Rated PG for “mild peril.”

‘Wayne’s World 2’: Rated PG-13 for “ribald humor.”