Man On A Ledge
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Man On A Ledge
Rating & Content Info
Why is Man On A Ledge rated PG-13? Man On A Ledge is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for violence and brief strong language.
Violence: Moments of peril occur throughout this film. Characters engage in violent confrontations with fists and guns. A convict uses a compassionate leave pass as an opportunity to escape—he wrestles a guard to the ground and drives recklessly through a cemetery to evade police. A car is hit by a train and thrown to the side of the road, the driver is not injured. A man steps on to a high ledge outside his hotel room window and appears to be contemplating suicide. Characters break into a vault. Characters engage in vigilante justice.
Sexual Content: A female character is seen in her underwear and cleavage revealing clothes. Brief sexual innuendo.
Language: Single sexual expletive, some scatological and other moderate and mild profanities are used. Terms of Christian deity are also heard.
Drugs/Alcohol: A character drinks and briefly smokes a cigarette to relieve stress. Another smokes a cigar.
Page last updated July 7, 2016
|British Columbia||PG||Violence. Coarse Language.|
|Alberta||PG||Coarse Language, Violence.|
|Manitoba||PG||Not recommended For Young Children, Language May Offend.|
|Ontario||PG||Violence, Language May Offend.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Man On A Ledge"
Cast and Crew
Man On A Ledge is directed by Asger Leth and stars Sam Worthington, Elizabeth Banks, Jamie Bell.
The most recent home video release of Man On A Ledge movie is May 29, 2012. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Man On a Ledge
Release Date: 29 May 2012
Man On a Ledge releases to home video with the following bonus extras:
- Trailer with commentary by Elizabeth Banks
- The Ledge
Related home video titles:
Sam Worthington stars in the movie Avatar and Elizabeth Banks appears in The Next Three Days. A police psychologist is also called in to negotiate with a man holding hostages in a hospital emergency room in the movie John Q. Another man decides he must use crime to fight crime in Tower Heist.