When did NC-17 Become a rating?

On September 27, 1990, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), the organization that voluntarily gives movies their ratings, debuted NC-17 (No One Under 17 Admitted) as a replacement for the X rating, which was thought to have become too closely associated in the public’s mind with pornography.

What’s the difference between NC-17 and rated R?

An NC-17 rating would bar those under 17 from viewing the film. An R-rating allows under 17s to attend a film with accompanying parent or adult guardian. The rating indicates the film contains adult activity, harsh language, intense graphic violence, drug abuse or nudity.

What is bad about the NC-17 rating?

Rated NC-17 for gratuitous violence, obscene sex/nudity, and harsh language; edited version rated R for strong graphic bloody violence and gore, pervasive language, some sexuality, nudity, and drug use. Uncut version unrated.

When was PG-13 created?

On July 1, 1984, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), which oversees the voluntary rating system for movies, introduces a new rating, PG-13.

Is there a movie rating above NC-17?

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. Rated X: No one under 17 admitted.

Why do movies get rated NC-17?

This rating just simply signals that the content is appropriate only for an adult audience (ages 18 and above). The majority of films rated NC-17 receive this rating due to their explicit sexual content.



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