Movie Rating NR?


An NR rated movie is a movie that has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America, or MPAA, rating system. The movie can be a home movie or a film that was not presented to the MPAA for rating. G, PG, PG-13, R and NC-17 are the ratings used by the MPAA.
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movie that hasn't been rated yet.
We could not find specific reasons why the 2009 movie Paintball was not rated.
Here's the Parents Guide for that particular movie. Not Rated movies can be very graphic or very benign, there's no way to tell really unless it can be inferred from the title or
The NR or Not Rated means the film has not yet been rated by the MPAA. The other MPAA ratings are G (general) & PG (parental guidance suggested) report this answer. Updated on
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