What was the first movie released with a PG-13 rating?
-The Flamingo Kid
-The Karate Kid
The MPAA assigned the PG-13 rating to “Red Dawn” in August 1984, approximately one month after the rating designation began. Although “The Flamingo Kid” was also assigned the new rating, “Red Dawn” hit the theaters first, thus claiming the title of first movie released under the PG-13 rating. The movie, starring Patrick Swayze, told the story of a band of teen friends who protect their small town in Colorado from Russian and Cuban invaders. Source: History.com
When North Korean troops invade a city in the United States, two brothers form a guerrilla group to battle them.
Release date: 14 December 2012 (India)
Director: Dan Bradley
Box office: 50.9 million USD
Adapted from: Red Dawn
Budget: 65 million USD (2012)