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Man of Tai Chi With R-Rating After All

Keanu Reeves' Martial Arts Film Does Have Violence

Last year, Keanu Reeves mentioned in an interview that his directorial effort Man of Tai Chi was shot with a PG-13 in mind. That meant that the martial arts film probably isn't too violent in the various fight scenes. But that attempt obviously failed as the MPAA lists an "R" rating for the film.

MPAA: Rated R for violence.

That most likely doesn't mean that the fights are getting much harder as originally anticipated but just that Reeves missed the mark a little regarding the rating but wasn't willing to censor it for the PG-13.

The film is screened in various Asian cinemas since July 2013 and there's currently no release date scheduled for the US. But that's soon to come.

 

 

Release: Aug 06, 2013 - Author: Bob - Translator: Mike Lowrey

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