As a small aside from the discussion regarding rated movies, I just
recently realized the MPAA rating system is not only a voluntary
process, but that it is totally up to the theater as to whether they
enforce the ratings guidelines, since it is exactly that, a guideline,
and a recommendation.
Now, even though it is not a law, I wonder how many theaters would allow
an underage viewer to pay and watch a rated R movie without adult
supervision? Also, I wonder how many parents and underage viewers
realize this? I think sometimes people think something is a law when in
actuality it isn't.
Just an observation...
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