Top 10 Movies the MPAA Has Rated Most Incorrectly
The Top Ten Movies the MPAA Has Rated Most Incorrectly
What? This movie is not even the slightest amount of inappropriateness. The most violent thing is Scarif exploding. No blood either. Frankly, even if there were any blood, it would be NOTHING compared to The Matrix and The Shining and Mad Max. - Extractinator04
PG-13? Open your eyes, MPAA! There is a bad word in the title! Other than that, it was really kid friendly. - Extractinator04
Does not deserve a PG-13 rating. No blood. - Extractinator04
There are PG animated movies with more action!
Same as Rogue One rated PG-13 for no reason. - Extractinator04
More like should be R, or X, because billions of innocent people were destroyed before their very eyes by the Starkiller blast, yet their detail was shown perfectly at the start, burned and blinded by the beam, and also, the guy Kyle Ren killed was Han Solo, who happened to be one of the most iconic movie characters of all time.
Doesn’t sound like there’s a movie more intense than this.
Why are most of the Avenger movies on here? They are all incredible and are pretty family friendly besides the little bit of cussing and is there blood? Not much. I would have to say the most violent and intense Avenger movie was the Infinity War. - NightJinx
It is actually lighter and softer than the previous two - Extractinator04
Maybe Quicksilver's death pulled MPAA to make it PG-13. - Extractinator04
Why is this not rated G - Extractinator04
This was innocent. Was the part with Spidey being trapped under a bunch of rocks too intense for sensitive viewers? - NightJinx
The original version had inappropriate scenes! - myusernameisthis
The theatrical release had a scene where a man was touching the main protagonist's private parts! Y'KNOW FOR KIDZ! Thank Arceus it was removed on the home media releases of the movie though... - PerfectImpulseX
Although they show Bart's private part it does not mean it should be PG-13. - Extractinator04
True. They show the minions butts in Minions or one of the Despicable Me movies. - B1ueNew
When was it made because back then they didn't have all the ratings they do today if it was to today it would've been PG-13 or R (probably PG-13)
It’s rated PG (actually is) so take your whole family and watch that fun PG movie!
Surprised this didn't get an R rating.
[as old T.V. announcer] hey kids wanna see a good movie well go see poltergeist it is pg rated so its for you I garuntee your parents will take you out of the theater in the first 30 minutes and you will have nightmares all night but tickets today
Should be rated PG if not maybe PG-13 - myusernameisthis
This movie's fine where it is. - KalloFox34
I think it should be PG13 for the scary scene with the possessed Apom. - myusernameisthis
A great move. The fighting scenese were on point. - NightJinx
This should've been R for showing duck boobs.
Why a PG rating? This movie takes place in VEGAS! Sin city! They show alcohol, gambling, mild crude humor, and a teen girl impersonating a stripper (no nudity, though)! This should be rated PG-13!
Why a PG rating? This movie takes place in VEGAS! Sin Cfity! They show alcohol, gambling, mild crude humor, and a teen girl impersonating a stripper (no nudity, though)! This should be rated PG-13!
This shows WORLD DESTRUCTION! It’s a cartoon but still...
There’s hardly anything violent in this! The “violent” scenes are just typical autistic behavior! There are no guns, blood, or gore whatsoever! Just minor swearing.
2 words: DARK MAGIC
When it first came out, it made kids pee their pants! That’s how scary some scenes were!
When my family first saw this in theaters my sister who was only 5 at the time was frightened by the dementor scene.
This movie is unrated. Seriously!? Its unrated! I think they should rerate this movie to NC-17!
First three stories aren't really violent. Four is scary, and there's blood, and the fifth has a scary ending and language and racism. When edited, the first three stories could be the PG-13 part, while the later ones are rated R.