Movie Ratings for Kids www. We don't tell parents whether a movie is good or bad, we don't tell them whether it has any social or political significance -- we don't even bother with whether it has artistic merit. We simply list material that parents may not want their kids to watch or hear. Then parents can decide whether a movie is OK for their own kids, according to their own criteria. The writing style is straightforward and quite neutral, and we take great pains to describe a film's content without actually revealing any plot elements. We came up with the idea for Kids-In-Mind after we went into a video store and watched as a customer was trying to get one of the clerks to explain exactly why a film was rated PG
Motion picture content rating system
Tips for Parents
TV ratings, much like feature film ratings, were created to give viewers guidelines to a television series' target audience and its potential content so that viewers can make informed choices on what they and their families watch. A rating may also be accompanied by a content label that further defines content within the program. Definitions for both the ratings and the labels are below. TV Parents Strongly Cautioned This program contains some material that many parents would find unsuitable for children less than 14 years of age. TV-MA Mature Audience Only This program is specifically designed to be viewed by adults and therefore may be unsuitable for children under
Parent Approved Ratings & Reviews
Would you like to learn more about the Rating System, such as what type of content fits into the different rating categories, the criteria for raters, and the appeal process? View the Ratings Guide below. Want to know more about the over 60, pieces of movie advertising submitted annually? Check out the Advertising Handbook below, which include how advertisements are reviewed and approved to play with compatible programming, and the rating information they provide. Movie ratings provide parents with advance information about the content of movies to help them determine what movies are appropriate for their children at any age.
Need help? How to videos Why join? Planning a family film night but not sure if the movie is suitable for everyone? Find out how film ratings are decided, why they're used and how relevant the classifications actually are in our parents' guide and make an informed decision about what film to watch next with the kids. Login or Register to add to your saved resources.