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Fans call the brightest PG-13 movies they’ve ever seen

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For years, Marvel Studios has been billing Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness like its taking on a horror movie, and the final product delivered the goods. Sam Raimi’s direction is included a bunch of servings The Evil Deadsome really horrible supernatural action and uncontrollably horrible villain.

There were several serious violent deaths and brutal insults along the way, and fans praised Raimi for reaching the limit of what can be shown in the PG-13 film. З Multiworld of Madness still fresh in their minds, Fim Twitter discusses other points that pushed the boundaries.

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Will Maviti from the Maverick films was the first to start the discussion with examples Casino Royal, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chestand Mummy.

Gravity is a great candidate for not pulling your blows.

Several people also named Andy Serkis, who was eaten by bugs in Peter Jackson King Kongsome say they can’t review the film because of one scene.

The Dark Knight trilogy by Christopher Nolan also appears several times.

A film about a bond License to kill was nominated.

And there were some nods to the animated films Watership Down and Princess Mananoke.

There’s also a lot of people calling Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomthe film for which the PG-13 rating was first coined.

So, all very fun hours, with the common value of a good director – to ride as close as possible to the edge of R. The trick for many of them is to keep in mind the violence rather than show it, being careful not to include too much real blood on the screen at any time.

Here’s hoping Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness this isn’t the last time Marvel Studios has worked with Sam Raimi, as they seem to blend in very well.

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