Question: Why Is The Martian Rated PG 13?

Rating: PG-13, for some strong language, injury images and brief nudity.

Matt Damon stars as an astronaut who gets stranded on Mars when his fellow crew members presume he’s dead after a powerful storm.

But because he’s also a botanist, he’s equipped with the know-how to make the most of his long, lonely stay.

What is the rating for the Martian?

PG-13

Is the Martian suitable for a 9 year old?

There are no laser guns, love stories or punch-ups, but there’s still enough action and adventure to interest some youngsters. In Australia, The Martian is rated M (for age 15+). In the US, it’s PG-13, citing some strong language, injury images, and brief nudity.

Why is gravity Rated PG 13?

The MPAA have dropped their latest batch of ratings (via Rope Of Silicon) and it includes a PG-13 rating for the film “For intense perilous sequences, some disturbing images and brief strong language.” Of course, who knows what that means for the actual release of the movie, but it goes suggest a cut is finished.

Can a 12 year old watch a PG 13 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. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.”