No Escape - New Rating in the US
The thriller No Escape starring Pierce Brosnan and Owen Wilson was rated "R" by the MPAA in July 2014 with the following rating reason:
Almost one year later, the film still hasn't been released and a new version of it has been rated by the MPAA. The "R" didn't change but the rating reason did:
No Escape was cut for this new rating and the reason seemingly was to drop the "sexual assault" from the description. The film's story deals with an American family that tries to leave an East Asian country where a coup takes place, resulting in a hunt on foreigners.
The US theatrical release date is September 2nd, 2015. It'll be interesting to see whether that earlier version of the thriller might eventually end up on the home video releases.
Release: Apr 07, 2015 - Author: Imbor Ed - Translator: Mike Lowrey
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