Unrated means the movie has not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Most older unrated movies are just not rated by the MPAA because they are generally PG in content, however newer films are unrated because of excessive gore or violence which would have to be cut in order to obtain a rating.
It use to be if a movie was unrated, it was not submitted to the Motion Picture Association of America to be rated. That usually meant the makers were not willing to make the content cuts required to get a rating. But today there's an unrated version of many films. This is just a sales gimmick. The director adds in a scene that was not in the theatrical version and that makes it unrated. These scenes do not necessarily improve the film.
Movies sent to theaters are rated by the MPAA (Voluntarily), movies not sent to the MPAA are not "Unrated" they are "Not Rated", Movie creators will often censor their films so more people can see it but when films are released on DVD they can add scenes that they may have otherwise left out to get a better MPAA rating.
Generally, if a movie is 'Unrated' its technically 'Rated R'
On the DVD you can chose to watch the "Theatrical Version"
(which is Rated R) or the "Unrated Version" which is essentially
A film that has not been submitted to the Motion Picture Association of America to be rated.
NR mean not rated it means that the producer dont know if it suppose to be a move for kids under 17 NRC-17
If it is an unrated movie then its either, worse than rated R, or the people just dont know how bad it is or not.
No it does not mean R.
Not yet rated by the motion picture assn.
no there is not
Ted is rated R, but has an unrated version that was released to home video.
Yes, The Grudge (2004) is PG-13, although an Unrated version has also been released on DVD. The Unrated version will be clearly marked as "Unrated."However, the original Japanese version, Ju-On (2002) is rated R in the U.S.
about 98 minutes unless it the unrated version then its 106 minutes
no there is not
You have to read reviews on it, and ask the people at the rental store most of the time they have seen those movies.
It is unrated
Look for the Unrated versions of movies. It's sometimes called the "Unrated Director's Cut."
there is no age limit
There unrated version has more of everything; more scenes, more nudity, more cursing, and more fun!
the rating is unrated
There can be many reasons a movie is listed as unrated. The film makers may not wish to send their production to be rated as a choice, or the movie may still be in the process of rating the production when the movie or show is released. Often times movies are listed as unrated because it allows for a more graphic or gruesome scenes that would otherwise need to be modified or cut from the final movie cut. Producers can choose to release several ratings (R rated and Unrated versions) of the movie to suite viewers of more mature audiences.
Yes it should be, as most unrated movies are PG's. However, it would depend on what movie it is, as some can be released unrated due to excessive violence or gore. Hope that helps.
It is currently unrated, but will most likely be PG or PG-13.
UnRated Magazine was created in 2001.