Why did 1917 get an R rating?

Why is 1917 rated R? 1917 is rated R by the MPAA for violence, some disturbing images, and language. Violence: Several individuals are shot and stabbed; blood is frequently visible. One man is heard screaming after being stabbed.

Why is 1917 Rated R Common Sense Media?

Battle violence is graphically realistic, including shootings, strangling, stabbing, bombings, etc. Wounded soldiers are bloody, missing limbs, and crying in pain. Soldiers smoke (accurate for the era), drink, and use strong language (“f–k,” “s–t”).

Can my kids watch 1917?

1917 is rated R by the MPAA for violence, some disturbing images, and language. Violence: Several individuals are shot and stabbed; blood is frequently visible.

What makes 1917 Rated R?

The MPAA has announced that Sam Mendes’ upcoming World War I movie, 1917, will be rated “R” for “violence, some disturbing images, and language,” which makes sense since it’s a war movie. And yet studios have been playing around a little with how much they can get away with in war movies and get a PG-13.

Is 1917 appropriate for a 13 year old?

It’s history kids know what war is and that it’s sad but as long as they know this is historic I’d say 10 and up can watch it because they know it’s all fake for entertainment.

Is 1917 suitable for an 11 year old?

Beautifully made. – If you hear swearing at your house, it is perfectly fine for an 11 year old.


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