Film rating systems

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Many countries have a film rating system to help parents determine which movies their children can watch. The systems usually use age to rate the movies.

United Kingdom[change | change source]

The United Kingdom use the British Board of Film Classification film rating system.

United States[change | change source]

The United States use the Motion Picture Association of America film rating system.

Australia[change | change source]

Australia uses the Australian Classification Board film rating system.

Canada[change | change source]

Canada uses the Canadian Home Video Rating System.

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