In the U.S. movies are rated according to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) system based on the film's content. Some films might fall into multiple categories through Special Editions or Director's Cuts, but generally they hold the same rating as their theatrical release. The ratings fall like this: General Audience (G) - All ages can view Parental Guidance (PG) - Not suitable for children Parental Guidance 13 (PG-13) - Not suitable for children under 13 Restricted (R) - Anyone under 17 must be accompanied by an adult No One 17 and Under (NC-17) - Self explanatory
The movie Magic Mike is rated R for: Nudity of breasts, genitalia, and butt *Sexual and suggestive language *Crude and explicit language (more than 5-6 times) *Violence *Scenes of drg use and alcohol use
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i don't really know.but it might because it takes place in a strip club and also maybe because of how much skin they show.hope i could help
that's kind of why I said sorry? But yeah, thanks for letting me know that second time
What does R stand for? I really want to go see this film & I'm 16, am I able too? XD
a movie rated R means you have to be 18 or older to go see it, no acceptions
It's basically a por.no with male strippers (; I want to see it also ;D
and is there a lot of bad language? that could also be a factor
Once again where I live you legally considered an adult at 17.
sorry, the age that you are legally considered an adult
Uh i think its cause the movie is about male strippers?
Where I live it's 17.
It means Restricted