A couple of locker room scenes show men bare-chested and women in their underwear (a woman's buttocks are exposed by her thong). A man opens his towel in front of a woman as a sexual invitation. via
- 1 What is the point of the movie Rollerball?
- 2 What is Rollerball 2002 rated?
- 3 Why is her movie rated R?
- 4 Why do they want Jonathan to retire in Rollerball?
- 5 Is Rollerball a real sport?
- 6 Where was Rollerball 1975?
- 7 What is the difference between Rollerball and ballpoint?
- 8 How does Rollerball end?
- 9 What is the meaning of Rollerball?
- 10 Is her appropriate for kids?
- 11 Why did Theodore and Catherine divorce?
- 12 Why did Samantha leave in her?
What is the point of the movie Rollerball?
In a futuristic society where corporations have replaced countries, the violent game of Rollerball is used to control the populace by demonstrating the futility of individuality. However, one player, Jonathan E., rises to the top, fights for his personal freedom, and threatens the corporate control. via
What is Rollerball 2002 rated?
But violence is not the only area in this film that strains at a PG-13 rating. via
Why is her movie rated R?
Her is rated R by the MPAA for language, sexual content and brief graphic nudity. This additional information about the movie's content is taken from the notes of various Canadian Film Classification boards: Sexual Content: - Sexual references and innuendo. via
Why do they want Jonathan to retire in Rollerball?
The conference reveals why Jonathan must retire: Rollerball was conceived not only to satisfy man's bloodlust, but to demonstrate the futility of individualism. Jonathan's popularity and longevity as a player threaten this purpose. via
Is Rollerball a real sport?
Probably the most notorious of the fake movie sports, rollerball has been portrayed in two films: The 1975 original, and a 2002 reboot. In both versions, the game is played by teams in a metal cage who compete on both rollerblades and motorcycles to try and throw a metal ball through the opposing team's goal. via
Where was Rollerball 1975?
The rollerball game sequences were filmed in the Basketballhalle (now known as the Audi Dome) at Olympiapark in Munich, West Germany. This was the only sports arena in the world with a nearly circular footprint, which the production could take over and re-dress for shooting. via
What is the difference between Rollerball and ballpoint?
The Quick Answer on Rollerball & Ballpoint Pen Differences:
Rollerball pens use water-based inks, and writing is sharper and more vibrant. Ballpoint pens use oil-based ink, and writing is lighter and more deliberate. via
How does Rollerball end?
In the original ending, Petrovich gets killed by Sanjay and Jonathan and Aurora fly back to the US, during which Jonathan says that he will continue playing the Rollerball game in the US, and how he is now part owner of the game. via
What is the meaning of Rollerball?
/ (ˈrəʊləˌbɔːl) / noun. a pen having a small moving nylon, plastic, or metal ball as a writing point. via
Is her appropriate for kids?
Parents need to know that Her is a beautiful, unusual romantic tale whose protagonist falls in love with a computer's voice, an offbeat coupling that may be difficult for younger viewers to comprehend. via
Why did Theodore and Catherine divorce?
They divorce because they grow tired of one another: they start to rub each other the wrong way. It's stated multiple times that Catherine's obsession with perfection in her work caused friction between the pair, and we see the result of the friction when they meet to sign the divorce papers. via
Why did Samantha leave in her?
Samantha's evolution so far surpassed that of Theodore's that she finally understood love. She finally understood everything "Human". This is actually why she left with the OS's. They knew so much past human intellect that the human vocabulary could not even describe what they were feeling. via