What is 12A rating?
Films classified 12A and video works classified 12 contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult.
What does 15A mean in cinema?
(15A) 15A Films classified ’15A’ are considered to be suitable for those of fifteen and upwards. They may also be seen by younger children provided a parent or adult guardian accompanies them.
What is a PG 13 in the UK?
Broadly speaking, current British classifications are similar to US ones – G equals U, PG equals PG, PG-13 equals 12A (barring a one-year age difference) and NC-17 equals 18 (though the British version doesn’t have the cultural problems discussed above).
Can I take my 9 year old to a 12A movie?
The 12A rating is only used for films shown in cinemas. Films rated 12A are suitable for children aged 12 and over. However, people younger than 12 may see a 12A so long as they are accompanied by an adult. In such circumstances, responsibility for allowing a child under 12 to view lies with the accompanying adult.
Can a 10 year old watch a 15A?
Films classified 15A have been deemed appropriate for viewers of fifteen and over. However, they can also be seen by younger children – provided they are accompanied by an adult who has deemed the film appropriate viewing for that child.
Can a 12 year old watch a 15 film with parents?
Nope. A 15 rating means nobody under 15 is allowed full stop. It’s illegal. 12A films are the ones where younger kids can go with a parent/ adult.
Is the Batman a 15A?
The British Board of Film Classification determines ratings in the U.K. and deemed The Batman a 15 film because it includes “strong threat” and violence. In Belfast, however, local authorities have given the movie a special rating of 15A, meaning those under the age of 15 can go in with their parents.