Question: Can A 14 Year Old Go To A Rated R Movie?

An R-rating on a movie means children under the age of 17 can get in only with a parent or guardian who is over the age of 21.

But some theaters are tightening their rules.

Children under the age of six are not allowed into R-rated movies at Regal Cinemas, even when they’re accompanied by an adult.

Can a 14 year old watch a rated R movies in theaters?

Children under age 17 requires an accompanying parent or guardian (age 21 or older) to attend R rated performances. In an effort to provide the most enjoyable experience for adults attending R rated movies in the evenings, no children younger than 6 will be admitted to these features after 6pm.

How old do you have to be to bring a minor to a rated R movie?

17

Can a 16 year old see an R rated movie?

Can a 16-year-old watch an R rated movie? Legally, in movie theaters, they are supposed to not sell under-17s tickets to R-rated movies unless accompanied by a 18+ adult. There is no legal age or other restrictions for home exhibition of R-rated or NC-17 (X-rated) movies.

Can a 14 year old watch a PG 13 movie?

PG-13 Ratings revelations

Valenti agreed, and on August 10, 1984, Red Dawn became the first movie in history to receive a PG-13 rating. Essentially, it says that kids less than 13 years old should not see a film rated PG-13, unless they are with a parent or guardian.