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Is there a rating above R?

MPAA has five rating categories
The new ratings system began with four categories: G (general audiences), M (mature audiences, changed in 1969 to PG, parental guidance suggested), R (restricted, no children under 17 allowed without parents or adult guardians), and X (no one under 17 admitted).

Is there any rating above rated R?

The NC-17 rating is the highest rating (even higher than the R-rating) that a film can be given, and it means the movie is for adults only (ages 18 and older) and no one age 17 or younger will be admitted. This rating, prior to 1990, was previously rated X.

Is there a rating worse than R?

Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. R: RESTRICTED. Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. NC-17: NO ONE 17 AND UNDER ADMITTED.

Is rated R higher than M?

Rated G: Suggested for general audiences. Rated M: Suggested for mature audiences - Parental discretion advised. Rated R: Restricted – Persons under 16 not admitted, unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian. Rated X: Persons under 16 not admitted.

What is R vs NC-17?

The MPA gave the movie an NC-17 rating "for some sexual content." NC-17 is a higher classification than an R rating and means no one under 17 years old can be admitted to see the movie, whereas for rated-R films, those under 17 can see the movie with a parent or guardian.

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What does a K+ rating mean?

K+: Some content may not be suitable for young children, usually those below nine years of age. There may be minor violence without serious injury, mild suggestive material, or minor coarse language that is justified by context.

Is NC-17 still a rating?

You might have noticed it didn't work, because the NC-17 rating is all but unused these days. With a few rare exceptions, any film that initially receives an NC-17 rating from the MPAA is either released without a rating, trimmed to meet the standards of an R, or gets its rating changed on appeal.

What is meant by rated A?

The Big 'A' - Stands for 'Adults Only', which obviously prohibits anybody under the age of 18 to watch the film in theatres. The Big 'S' - Stands for 'Restricted to special classes', which means only a certain members of the society, such as doctors, scientists, etc, are permitted to watch the film.

What age rating is Ma?

TV-MA - these programs are intended to be viewed by mature, adult audiences and may be unsuitable for children under 17.

What is NC-17 movies?

NC-17 (No One 17 and Under Admitted) is the highest rating in the Motion Picture Association (MPA) film rating system used for films distributed in the United States. It is assigned to films the MPA believes most parents would consider "patently adult" and not suitable for their children under 18.

Is R or TV-MA worse?

TV-MA is worse than R because it contains both R and NC-17-rated material. R is OK for viewers under 17 as long as they're accompanied by an adult, but TV-MA is never appropriate for viewers under 18. Only adults are permitted to watch TV-MA.

What is rated R or MA?

The difference is, TV-MA rated material isn't preferred to be watched by the children under the age of 17 and Rated R movies and series can be viewed by adults and can also be watched by children who are over the age of 17, but they're required to be accompanied by a parent or an Adult Guardian as it can have some ...

What is rated M?

Mature (M)

Films and computer games classified M (Mature) contain content of a moderate impact. M-rated films and computer games are not recommended for children under the age of 15. They include portrayals of elements such as violence and themes that require a mature outlook.

What is the highest rated R?

As of February 2022, "The Passion of the Christ" (2004) ranked as the all-time highest-grossing R-rated movie in the United States and Canada.

What is rated SPG?

Definition. SPG : STRONG PARENTAL GUIDANCE. Stronger and more vigilant parental guidance is suggested. Programs classified as “SPG” may contain more serious topic and theme, which may not be advisable for children to watch except under the very vigilant guidance and presence of a parent or an adult.

Is there any NC-17 movies on Netflix?

Netflix's new original Marilyn Monroe movie, Blonde, marks the streaming service's first NC-17 rated movie, due to its graphic depiction of sexual assault (as well as a point-of-view shot of a fetus in the womb).

What is AWOL rated?

'AWOL' is rated PG-13. 85 minutes. Now streaming on iTunes, Amazon Video, and VOD.

Is Y7 worse than G?

Equivalent to soft G for movies and former EC and current soft E for video games. TV-Y7 (Directed to Older Children) - This program is designed for children age 7 and above. It may be more appropriate for children who have acquired the developmental skills needed to distinguish between make-believe and reality.

What does rating NR mean?

Other labels: If a film has not been submitted for a rating or is an uncut version of a film that was submitted, the labels Not Rated (NR) or Unrated (UR) are often used.

What is B rated movie?

A B movie or B film is a low-budget commercial motion picture. In its original usage, during the Golden Age of Hollywood, the term more precisely identified films intended for distribution as the less-publicized bottom half of a double feature (akin to B-sides for recorded music).

What does rated Z mean?


While it nearly always means a high performance tire for high-performing sports cars, “Z” may actually appear in the middle of a tire's size information. When it does, it represents either a maximum speed of more than 149 mph (240 kph) or 186 mph (300 kph).

What is B rated?

B' ratings indicate that material default risk is present, but a limited margin of safety remains. Financial commitments are currently being met; however, capacity for continued payment is vulnerable to deterioration in the business and economic environment.

Is there a 15A rating?

Films classified 15A have been deemed appropriate for viewers of fifteen and over. However, they can also be seen by younger children - provided they are accompanied by an adult who has deemed the film appropriate viewing for that child.

Why is NC-17 rarely used?

The NC-17 rating rarely sticks to a film because it limits its reach. Most cinemas won't show NC-17 films, and most stores won't stock them because they're either a touch too violent or (most likely) too sexual.

What does NC-17 mean?

ˈen-ˈsē-ˌse-vən-ˈtēn. used to certify that a motion picture is of such a nature that no one aged 17 or under can be admitted compare g, pg, pg-13, r.
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