G-rated movies

G — “General Audience – All Ages Admitted”: To gain a “G” rating, a film must not contain nudity, sexual content, drug use or strong language. Portrayal of violence in the film must be minimal and the movie’s topic must be appropriate for young children. According to the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America), a G rating is not indicative that the film is a children’s movie.

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