How do you analyze acting in a movie?

How do you analyze acting in a movie?

Analyzing Acting PerformanceDescribe the physical characteristics of the actor: height, weight, body type, age, ethnicity, nationality, speaking style (including native language and accent), etc. Describe what the actor has done to change and/or mold his/her own physical, facial, vocal characteristics for this performance.

What makes a movie rated R?

R: Restricted, Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian. This rating means the film contains adult material such as adult activity, harsh language, intense graphic violence, drug abuse and nudity.

Can PG 13 movies say the F word?

The restrictions set by the Us ratings board mean the F-word can only be used once in a PG-13 movie.

How many swear words are in PG 13?

And you can only say “fuck” once in a PG-13 rated film. Say it twice? You’re slapped with an R-rating. In fact, screenwriter Drew Goddard only intended one use of the word.

What swear words are in PG 13?

If we are writing a script which is at its heart a PG-13 movie, we pretty much know we can get away with at least one — and perhaps more — non-sexual F-words. [FYI, we can use the word “shit” or “bull shit” multiple times, although I suspect the MPAA may bristle at its too frequent employment.]

What bad words can you say in a PG movie?

Some mild to moderate coarse language is allowed in PG and PG13 films; the word ‘fuck’ is also allowed infrequently at the PG13 category.

Has Disney ever made a rated R movie?

9. Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) Down and Out in Beverly Hills made history as Disney’s first R-rated film! Of course this was produced under the Touchstone umbrella (to this day Disney has not released an R-rated movie from its own Studio).