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What does nc-17 mean in movie ratings?

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It means no children under 17. It's like an R+ rating. Technically, a child of any age could see an R rated movie. Most theatres have their own rules. Where I live, R movies might as well be NC-17. After 5, the theatres in my area only accept people over 18. They've had a lot of trouble with guests, and that was their solution.

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What do you mean after 5?
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I can buy tickets for my kids for early matinees, but not for any r-rated movie after 5. Most of the theatres in our area won't let teens in even with an adult or parent present. You would think Memphis was a hotbed of criminal activity, but apparently the theatres had some trouble. Their answer was to just not let the teens in, period.

So, now any theatre worth buying a ticket for, we either stick to pg-13 or see matinees.
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no one under 17 allowed no matter what...not exactly sure what it stands for

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N(o) C(hildren) -(under)17

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Are you a live person Gamingman48?
You don't seem to reply or vote
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As long as it wasn't NCC 1701 we are safe.
http://screenrant.com/star-trek-how-radical-is-the-uss-enterprise-redesign-vic-1099/

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