PG movies at theatre - what age can kids go on their own?
At what age can a child see a PG movie on their own? A quick Google only shows a description of the rating, not the age restriction.
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Lol, well I'm just messing everyone up today aren't I? Film Review Board. That's a unique job. Is that something full time?
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Yep, I'm in Ontario so that's great info for me. My son just turned 11 and he wants to see Uprising. I thought it's a good movie for him to take a buddy to for his first movie without a parent (part of a kids rite of passage IMO).thearcade wrote: ↑ Which province?
In Ontario, PG movies have no age restrictions places upon them.
Here's a breakdown:
G -- All Ages, anyone can go
PG -- All Ages, anyone can go
14a -- People under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
18a -- People under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
R -- Under 18 not permitted.
Source: me, I'm on the Ontario Film Review Board.
The difference between G and PG is mainly one of content, but similarly have no age restrictions placed upon them. For PG films, check the content advisories.
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