… why is it that you avoid a movie rated R. And I ask this question especially because you clearly comment that "it pains me to miss out on movies like Matrix that seem to have very little in them to worry about." If you know there is nothing to worry about, why restrict yourself because a third party [MPAA] put a label on it? It wasn’t R for language. It wasn’t R for sex. It was R for violence. The Matrix isn’t The Matrix if they remove those scenes.
I know a lot of people that have chosen not to watch certain movies based on content … but I’m curious if you can describe your rationale for it.
My movie criteria doesn’t align completely with the MPAA, but using the MPAA ratings was the easiest means to avoid movies to which I’d object. Now I have ClearPlay, so it’s not really a problem anymore.
Does that answer your question?
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