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should kids watch rated r moveis?

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Started: 5/17/2016 Category: People
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should kids watch rated r movie's???
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No, children should not be allowed to watch R-rated movies.
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Posted by christianlol 9 months ago
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plz tell me your own oppinpne !
Posted by christianlol 9 months ago
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5 Reasons You Shouldn"t Take Your Children to R-Rated Movies

by Erin Raub | Last Updated Feb. 16th, 2016

kids-r-rated-moviesThe Motion Picture Association of America, Inc (MPAA) helped to create the rating system we use for movies back in 1966 to replace the Hays Code. Today, the Rating Board, which assigns ratings to movies, consists of eight to 13 members. These members all have parenting experience of some kind, so they have experience with children and what is appropriate for each age group.

Rated R movies are ones that are considered to contain adult material including hard language, intense violence, sexually-oriented nudity, and so on. According to the MPAA website, "Generally, it is not appropriate for parents to bring their young children with them to R-rated motion pictures." Before bringing your kids along to see a rated R movie, consider the following reasons for leaving the kids at home.

It"s Hard to Enjoy the Movie

When watching movies that have raunchy humor, such as found in movies like Good Luck Chuck, which includes many sexual innuendos as well as graphic nudity, it"s hard to relax and just enjoy the movie knowing there are kids in the theater watching with you (whether your kids or someone else"s). It just makes you uncomfortable.

Kids Might Get Bored

For other more serious movies that are touching but have adult themes (Schindler"s List), you might run into another problem"kids running up and down the aisle. While the movie may be engaging to you, it"s going to over the heads of the kiddos, which leads to boredom and then to kids finding ways to entertain themselves till the movie is over. This is distracting to you as well as others in the theater who don"t want to be distracted by loud or active kids. By leaving the kids home, you can see the whole movie rather than having to pull them out of the theater to avoid aggravati
Posted by TheCourier101 9 months ago
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In my opinion it's up to the parent what they watch not us
Posted by Elias_is_the_llama 9 months ago
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i'd like to debate you, but i've got two others going and I don't have the time, but allow me to tell you that it would be better for you to not exaggerate your punctuation and be more descriptive in your posts, it would help make you look a lot more professional, meaning you'd get more votes and be taken more seriously.
Posted by christianlol 9 months ago
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no kids shouldnt watch rated r movies because if its sexulal they will have sex sooner than they should plz say no with me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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