What does NC mean in rating
No One 17 and Under Admitted (MPAA rating) NC-17.
No Children under 17 years of age (movie rating).
What is the most inappropriate movie
The Most Inappropriate PG Movies Of All TimeSixteen Candles (1984) Sixteen Candles is a classic, but it really doesn’t belong in the PG category. … Jaws (1975) … Poltergeist (1982) … Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) … Ghostbusters (1984) … The NeverEnding Story (1984) … Grease (1978) … Arthur (1981)More items…•Dec 5, 2016
Why is NC-17 worse than R
R means no one under 17 is admitted without a parent or adult guardian. NC-17 means you can. … R means you can enter if you are under 17, but only if an adult is with you. They are both actually the same age — your comment about R and 18 is wrong, it’s 17 both for R and for NC-17.
What does NC 18 stand for
Rat Landing Seaplane BaseNC18 as abbreviation means “Rat Landing Seaplane Base”
Is NC-17 higher than R
The NC-17 rating is the highest rating (even higher than the R-rating) that a film can be given, and it means the movie is for adults only (ages 18 and older) and no one age 17 or younger will be admitted.
Why is NC-17 rating bad
Rated NC-17 for sexual violence, strong language, nudity and graphic drug use; edited version rated R for drug use, strong language, violence, sexuality and nudity (the R-rated version was created only because the film’s producers wanted the film to be carried by Blockbuster Video and the cost of creating the new edit …
Is NC-17 worse than Ma
TV-MA is a more severe rating than R. TV-MA is the equivalent of NC-17 in the US. Note that R and MA are used by two different groups. The MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) uses a rating system that you can review here where R is the second most severe, coming up behind NC-17.
Is NC-17 rare
NC-17 is pretty rare, most movies who get this rating typically will just release the film as unrated since NC-17 carries a stigma that makes it hard to sell tickets.
Why is Killer Joe NC-17
The appeals board of the Classification and Ratings Administration has upheld the NC-17 rating assigned to director William Friedkin’s drama Killer Joe for “graphic aberrant content” involving violence and sexuality, as well as a scene of brutality.
What is NC-17 on Netflix
An NC-17 rating means that anyone below the age of 17 is not allowed to watch a film. However, some of the most iconic films in cinematic history have been given the NC-17 rating.
What does NC mean
No CommentNC means “No Comment”.
What determines an NC-17 rating
In September 1990, the MPAA introduced the rating “NC-17” (“No Children Under 17 Admitted”). … 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 NC-17: No children under 17 admitted.
Can a PG 13 movies say the F word
And in most cases, PG-13 movies only get one or two single uses of the infamous “F-word”. Y’know, the one that rhymes with truck. That being said, there’s still restrictions on how the word can be used. It’s passable as an expletive, but not as a verb.
Does NC-17 still exist
It’s still used for indie/art films you can watch at your local arthouse theater. NC-17 doesn’t mean you have to be 18 to see it….it means you cannot take anyone under 17 into the film even if accompanied by an Adult.