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AARP Chooses Jack Ryan for Grownups

Jan 23 2014, 3:44am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

AARP Chooses Jack Ryan for Grownups
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The association for adults that love movies has chosen Jack Ryan as a movie which is fit for grownups. This is the first time the AARP has made an announcement regarding a film made for mature audiences.

We have all read the label of PG on several movies. It stands for parental guidance. Of course, in an increasing violent and chaotic world, children must be guided by their guardians as to what lies in their best interests.

But who has ever heard of a movie that is meant for the middle aged or senior citizens among us? Yet this has already happened. The official body is known as AARP and it has handed the accolade to Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

This is a sophisticated classic series that is based on Tom Clancy’s timeless hero. In the manner of The Patriot Games or The Hunt for Red October, the movie appeals to a more stable and settled lot. 


It has rightfully earned the title of a movie that is meant for grownups. The whole initiative began in 2002. And it has expanded into a series, a carnival and even an award remains an all-time favorite and darling of the seriously elder ones among us. 

His novels have been adapted into very thoughtful movies. Since the 50 year old crowd has control over most of America’s purse strings, they are an important segment of the market to cater to when it comes to movies.   

Source: Businessweek

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