If you’re a parent, you’ll be asked to provide your guidance about what your kid can watch, so here’s what the age restrictions mean: A: All ages.
PG: Parental guidance is advised for younger or sensitive viewers.
10M: Kids under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
What does P stand for in movie ratings?
Rated G: General audiences – All ages admitted. Rated PG: Parental guidance suggested – Some material may not be suitable for children. Rated PG-13: Parents strongly cautioned – Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. Rated R: Restricted – Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
What do ratings mean?
The Ratings Explained
PG (parental guidance): Some material may not be suitable for children. The movie may have mildly strong language and some violence, but no substance use or physical abuse. PG-13 (parental guidance-13): Some material may not be suitable for children under 13.
Is NC 17 worse than R?
The NC-17 rating means “No Children 17 and Under Admitted.” The R Rating means “Under 17 Requires Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian.” So, basically, both ratings are accomplishing the same goal – stopping people under 18 from seeing a violent or sexual flick.
What does the H stand for in movie age restrictions?
Take a look below at the information offered from CARA. G: General Audiences, All Ages Admitted. Contains nothing in theme, language, nudity, sex, violence or other matters that the in-view of the Rating Board would offend parents whose younger children view the motion picture.