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a question by Nov 10, 2010
How do you feel about the standards and criteria of the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) and the ratings system? Do you think that there's too much violence, sexuality, nudity, drug use, profanities, and adult content slipping through into G, PG, and PG-13 films? Please list examples of films that you were surprised got by with a particular rating.
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answered:    January 09, 2011
I guess I don't understand the difference between R and NC-17. I'm not so sure I'd rate Rocky PG or Jaws PG, since I think they may be more PG-13. But, that's all that I can think of at this moment!
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answered:    January 09, 2011
Well, SOUTH PARK the animated film has always claimed that the film was going to get the dreaded NC-17 rating and so they went to re-edit by adding more dirty jokes based on profanity and it passed with an R rating. I really cannot think of too many things at the moment since most of the movies I see are PG-13 up to unrated these days. I know they cut Blue Valentine from an original NC-17 to a R, but I thought it was fitting. I think PG-13 may mean exposed breasts and mild profanity while R has sex scenes and nudity while NC-17 has full frontal nudity. I did think that DESPICABLE ME and TANGLED should have been G instead of PG though.
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