What does Rated K mean?
K: Content suitable for most ages, usually those aged five and older. It should be free of coarse language, violence, and adult themes. Equivalent to G. K+: Some content may not be suitable for young children, usually those below nine years of age.
What is rated A mean?
He called for an A (adults only) rating, to indicate films high in violence or mature content that should not be marketed to teenagers, but do not have NC-17 levels of sex.
What does C rating mean in movies?
C : Children. Age Restrictions. Min Recommend Age: N.A. Min Allowed Age (Supervised):