What the what? It's a large-budget science-fiction epic that values its integrity more than it does mass-market appeal. Pinch me!

Ridley Scott's Prometheus, a film that is sort of an Alien prequel, but if you say that, people will judge you for some reason, has officially been bestowed upon it an "R" rating. And you know what that means...

We'll almost certainly be catching another glimpse of Michael Fassbender's penis. Hello, old friend.

Prometheus was given the rating due to "sci-fi violence including some intense images, and brief language." I'm pretty sure you can substitute "British genitals" for "intense images" to see what they're really getting at.

In all seriousness, it's great to see a movie stick to the screenwriters' original intent and not water down content for broader distribution. Further, it will be nice to see a smart, violent film along the lines of Alien and Terminator, rather than fare that tends to fall on one side of the line or the other.

It also helps that focus groups showed that children were unable to even pronounce "Prometheus" when ordering tickets at the box office. They were all "Promeefus." It was adorable.