Rating & Content Info
Why is Pirate Radio rated R? Pirate Radio is rated R by the MPAA for language, and some sexual content including brief nudity.
This additional information about the movie’s content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards:
- Frequent sexual references and innuendo.
- Brief buttock nudity shown in a non-sexual context.
- Brief breast nudity in a photographic context.
- Crude content.
- Embracing and kissing.
- Implied sexual activity.
- Frequent use of the sexual expletive in an non-sexual context.
- Use of profanity, scatological slang, and cursing.
- Limited use of slurs.
Drugs and Alcohol:
- Frequent drug references and depictions of substance abuse and use of illegal drugs.
- Pervasive depictions of smoking.
Page last updated May 31, 2010
|British Columbia||PG||Coarse Language. Nudity.|
|Manitoba||14A||Coarse Language, Tobacco Use/Promotion.|
|Canadian Home Video||14A|
We do not have a full review for Pirate Radio because it is rated R in the US and we usually only review G, PG, and PG-13 movies. However we do have some information about the content you can expect to see in this movie in the Content Details section.
News About "Pirate Radio"
Cast and Crew
Pirate Radio is directed by Richard Curtis and stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Nick Frost.
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The most recent home video release of Pirate Radio movie is April 13, 2010. Here are some details…
Pirate Radio releases to DVD and Blu-ray on April 13, 2010.
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