CARA/MPAA Film Ratings BULLETIN For 05/01/19; Official MPAA Ratings & Rating Reasons Announced For ‘The Report’, ‘Murder Mystery’, ‘Judy’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘The Calling’ & More

Welcome back everyone to another new edition of our weekly CARA/MPAA Film Rating Bulletin updates featuring another batch of new MPAA ratings and rating reasons courtesy of the official CARA Film Rating Bulletin. This week on the bulletin for May 1, 2019 we have news on the official MPAA ratings and rating reasons for ‘The Report’, ‘Murder Mystery’, ‘Judy’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’, ‘The Calling’ and more. Continue after the jump to check out images for the full new bulletin featuring all of this week’s newly announced titles.

Below you view images for the week’s entire new CARA/MPAA Film Rating Bulletin dated 05/01/19 which includes the official MPAA ratings and rating reasons for the Scott Z. Burns written and directed film ‘The Report’ starring Adam Driver, Sarah Goldberg  and Jon Hamm, along with the Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston starring Netflix movie ‘Murder Mystery’, ‘Jojo Rabbit’ starring Scarlet Johansson and Sam Rockwell, plus the Judy Garland biopic ‘Judy’ starring Renée Zellweger and a new film from Universal called ‘The Calling’, along with more.

Feel free to sound off in the comments after you finish looking over this week’s new bulletin and let us know if you’re happy or upset with any of this week’s new ratings. We of course look forward to seeing all of you back here again next week like always for some more new MPAA ratings and rating reasons courtesy of the official CARA bulletin!

You can additionally always search for all movie ratings information new and old at the official CARA/MPAA film ratings site at https://filmratings.com/

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