- Is it OK to allow minors in Rated R movies?
- How old should you be to watch R movies?
- Can an 11 year old go to a pg13 movie?
- Can you watch R rated movies at 14?
- Is it illegal to watch a rated R movie?
- Can 17 year olds buy Rated R tickets?
- Can a 12 year old go to the movies alone?
- Can a 16 year old see an R rated movie?
- Can a 12 year old watch a rated R movie?
- Can I take my 10 year old to see a PG 13 movie?
- Can a 5 year old see a PG 13 movie?
- Can a 12 year old see a PG 13 movie?
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.
Is it OK to allow minors in Rated R movies?
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. Children under high school age may not watch an R rated movie without their parent staying to watch the same movie.
How old should you be to watch R movies?
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 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.
Can you watch R rated movies at 14?
Yes, the MPAA guidelines state that an R rating means an unaccompanied minor must be 17 to purchase a ticket. Be sure to have ID with you, as some cinemas strictly enforce this policy. What do I do if I look too young to get into an R rated movie, but I’m old enough?
Is it illegal to watch a rated R movie?
However, members of the MPAA have agreed to have all theatrically released movies rated. If they want to, theaters can strictly enforce the ratings. However, if the theater sold you a ticket to an R-rated movie, even though you’re under 17 and not accompanied by an adult, then you have a right to be there.
Can 17 year olds buy Rated R tickets?
For films rated “R” by the MPAA:
- REG will not sell tickets to any person under the age of 17 (18 where applicable).
- A person must be at least 21 years old in order to purchase multiple tickets without providing additional photo I.D.
- The purchaser must also attend the movie for which the additional tickets are purchased.
Can a 12 year old go to the movies alone?
Judging by the conversation in Tween Titans, most CafeMoms do not let their tweens go to movie theaters by themselves or with groups of friends. They’ve probably been letting their 10, 11 and 12 year olds go to the movies for years! BigMama1283 is of this opinion, too. She’s trusted her 12 year olds go it alone.
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 12 year old watch a rated R movie?
If the theater is adhering to the MPAA rating system, children under the age of 17 are permitted to see an R-rated film only if they are accompanied by their parents or guardians.
Can I take my 10 year old to see a PG 13 movie?
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.
Can a 5 year old see a PG 13 movie?
A: You definitely need to talk to the other parent about your concerns, the Help for Families panel says. Movie ratings were designed to let parents know if the content of a film is appropriate for children. The PG-13 rating indicates some material may be inappropriate for children under age 13.
Can a 12 year old see a PG 13 movie?
It depends on you, your kid, and the movie. Just because the MPAA has given a movie a PG-13 rating doesn’t necessarily mean it’s inappropriate for your 12-year-old.