The distributors of Pitch Perfect requested a 12A rating which means the film can only be seen by 12 year olds and over in the cinema (under 12s can view the film if accompanied by an adult).
Common Sense Media, another site that looks at whether movies or other media are age-appropriate for kids, concluded that It is appropriate for children aged 15 or older. The site's review also noted that violence and strong language were factors in the movie, and warned parents of the presence of those elements.
Some kissing, plus plenty of sexual innuendoes about a few of the characters' sex lives. Some suggestive dancing during musical numbers. A couple's feet are shown sharing one shower, suggesting they're in the middle of intimate alone time.
Pitch Perfect is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for sexual material, language and drug references. Violence: Characters get into a fight after a contest. A character violently vomits on two occasions. Sexual Content: Sexual innuendo, discussions and jokes are heard throughout the film.
RAnnabelle is rated R by the MPAA for intense sequences of disturbing violence and terror.
Pitch Perfect 3 is a silly and light musical comedy, which doesn't take itself seriously and has some great one-liners and catchy music. Although the movie will appeal to younger tweens and teenagers, it isn't recommended for children under 14 years.
Ages 6 and up.
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So Parents, this movie is best for 10 and up but if your 9 or 8 year old can handle these things cause don't say no automatically. 9 or 8 can ofcourse handle these things! If this Movie Review was helpful then Your Welcome!
Absolutely. Annabelle: Creation tells us how that creepy doll became haunted in the first place. There IS more gore and violence than I recall from earlier movies that featured Annabelle, but nothing that will shock older kids who watch The Walking Dead.
Not really for kids under 11- but a great classic.
KIRSTEN DUNST plays a high school senior who's named captain of her cheerleading squad and must deal with backstabbing, past indiscretions and her conflicting emotions for two boys. She also uses some profanity while trying to set matters straight with another school.
Unfortunately, Pitch Perfect isn't on Netflix, so you won't be able to sing along to the dulcet tones of the Barden Bellas on the platform.
Pitch Perfect has actually been on Netflix before, but it was removed in December last year, after 11 months on the platform.
The rating is for verbal innuendo and jokes dealing with virginity and the loss thereof. Much of it should (we hope) go over the heads of kids under 10, but some parents may not see the humor in the movie's flippant treatment of s-e-x.
RestrictedR: Restricted, Children Under 17 Require Accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian. This rating means the film contains adult material such as adult activity, harsh language, intense graphic violence, drug abuse and nudity.
The film kept it's creepy atmosphere, hooded phantoms and jump scares rolling without too many lulls. The Nun's scares were effective but only when used sparingly. And even though the scares became predictable, the anticipation of wondering what's going to happen next still lingered.
Nope! He does have both eyes though, which may make you think he kept the Sharingan after the war. Unfortunately, Kakashi lost his Sharingan at the end of the war after Obito's…umm…
While instructing Naruto, he tells him that it's a difficult ninjutsu to learn and even the Fourth Hokage couldn't do it. It was an obvious giveaway that Kakashi was aware Naruto and Minato were father and son.