The definition of PG-13 is a film rating by the Motion Picture Association of America that cautions parents that some content of the movie may be inappropriate for those under age 13.
An example of a PG-13 movie is a movie that has some mild inappropriate content that isn't good for kids to see but that teens can watch, especially if their parents are there to explain or discuss the content.
a film rating meaning “parents strongly cautioned”: it indicates that some content of the film may be unsuitable for children under thirteen
- When shooting nude scenes for television or a PG-13 rated film, dance belts will be worn to prevent any slippage, as well as for the actors' comfort, but body stockings are only worn occasionally.
- As most parents know, even films that are rated PG-13 and sometimes PG contain too much violence, bad language and sexual innuendo for small children even with the kid friendly rating.
- For example, some parents find material in certain PG movies unacceptable for their teenagers, yet feel that content of other films with a PG-13 rating is perfectly fine.
- Some movies rated PG-13 include: 10 Things I Hate About You, A Knight's Tale, Charlie's Angels, Dante's Peak, Joe Dirt, License to Wed and Oceans Eleven.
- Rated PG-13 for crude humor, sexual content, drug references, language, and brief nudity, You, Me & Dupree promises to be a hit with young and old alike.