Due to complaints about violence and gore in PG movies, in 1984 Steven Spielberg suggested the addition of PG-13 movies. When approved by the Motion Picture Association, PG-13 movies were introduced with the advisory "Parents Strongly Cautioned – Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Children Under 13."
Pardon Me (Children Dancing at a Party) The Saturday Evening Post, January 26, 1918 oil on canvas, 23 x 19 in. Collection of George Lucas Pardon Me is a classic narrative of adolescent embarrassment. Apart from the clothing, the incident might well have taken place anywhere or any time. As Steven Spielberg remarked, "It is a scene of innocent humor---something we've all done when we were younger. . . . Rockwell was extolling the virtues of simple values and simple moments."
"E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" (1982). A meek and alienated little boy finds a stranded extraterrestrial. He has to find the courage to defy the authorities to help the alien return to its home planet. Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore and Peter Coyote.