The standard age set for Rated-R films by the MPAA is 17 and up, but if they’re accompanied by a parent or guardian, a child of any age is permitted into the theater.
How old do you have to be to take a kid to a rated R movie?
Not all ticket types are available for all performances. Children under age 17 requires an accompanying parent or guardian (age 21 or older) to attend R rated performances. 25 years and under must show ID for R rated performances.
Can a 5 year old watch a rated R movie?
Why Do I See Children In The Theater At R-Rated Movies? The R rating means that any child under the age of 17 may be allowed into the movie only if he/she will be viewing the movie with his/her parent or adult guardian. A movie is rated R when, in the opinion of the Rating Board, it includes adult material.
Can someone under 18 watch a rated R movie?
No one under the age of 18 is admitted to films rated NC-17 – even with parental consent or accompanyment. If you are under 17, or do not have a photo ID, your parent must come to the theatre to purchase your ticket for an R rated movie. No notes or phone calls will be accepted.
Can an 11 year old go to a pg13 movie?
Anyone can go see a PG-13 movie. For R if you’re under 17 you must be with an adult, PG-13 has no restrictions. You must be with an adult if you’re under 13 and want to see a PG-13. So you can’t have 5 year olds on their own going to watch a PG-13.