Our movie library uses an American film rating system.
So you can look at the rules of the grading system, and the movies you want to see can be quickly filtered using the library's labels.
The American Film Classification System is a committee of parents organized by the Motion Picture Association of America ("MPAA"), which evaluates movies based on their subject matter, language, level of violence, nudity, sex scenes and drug use. The aim is to provide parents with information about movies in advance, helping them determine which films are suitable for children of a certain age. Ratings have nothing to do with the content of the movie.
The Classification and Rating Administration ("CARA"), which is made up of parents of children, must have no primary connection to the film industry in the industry in which the parents were employed, and is funded primarily by a percentage of the asking price given by the film distributor based on a particular film.
USA: G: Mass, anyone can watch G-rated high-grossing works: Toy Story 3 worldwide $1.06 billion, Underwater Story worldwide $970 million, Lion King global $840 million Example film: Disney film Toy Story The series, The Car Story, The Lion King, Natalie Portman's "Magrim's Toy Store," Dakota Fanning's "Charlotte's Web," Ray Romano and John Regizamo's "The Net. Ice Age, Alan DeGeneres's "Under the Sea," Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron's "Song and Dance Youth" series, Zac Efron and Danny DeVito's "The Story of Old Reese," Nicolas Cage' and Emma Stone's "Crazy Primitives" Lacey Holsdom's "The Story of the Loyal Dog"
USA: PG: Coaching level, some of the content in this level of film may not be suitable for children. PG-rated high-grossing: "God Steals Daddy" series, more than $1 billion worldwide: Arian Lee's "The Fantasy Drift of the Boy", New Line's "Ace's Big Little Secret" series, Jessica Alba and Carla Guccino's "Special Agent" series, Kim Carey's "Mr. Pop's Penguin" and "The Unfortunate Adventures of Raymond Snich," Breggin Meyer's "Garfield" series, Rowan Ekinson's "Mr. Bean's Catastrophe," "Mr. Bean's Vacation" and "Agent Bean." "The Kingdom of the Owls: The Guardians" by Hugo Viven, David Wenham and Abby Cornish, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" starring Johnny Depp, "Edward the Scissorhands" and "Mia Wachkodrowska" Alice in Wonderland, DreamWorks Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, Justin Long's "Mouse" and "Jungle Wolf" and Meryl Streep's "The Great Fox Daddy" and "Cat and Dog Wars" The series, starring Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, "The Unsightly Lover," Gerard Butler's "The Dragon Tamer" and Brad Pitt's "Super BadAss"
USA: PG-13: Special coaching level, recommended for 13-year-olds to watch PG-13 high-grossing works: "Avengers 4" $2.798 billion Avatar worldwide $2.790 billion, "Titanic" $1.8 billion worldwide, $3.3 billion for the Transformers series, $2.4 billion for Twilight, $7.4 billion for the Harry Potter series, $13.5 billion for the Marvel universe series, speed and passion. Total box office $2.8 billion, "Dreamspace" $830 million, "The Hunger Games" $1.4 billion (not counting the just-released "Hunger Games 3") Example film: "Romeo and" starring Leonardo DiCaprio Juliet's postmodern passions, Titanic, Dreamspace, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson's Harry Potter series, Robert Pattinson's Twilight series, and Robert F. Stewart's Twilight series. Pattinson and Pierce Brosnan starred in Metropolis and Kristen Stewart's Snow White and the Huntsman, Emily Draven's Don't Forget Me, Emily Browning's The Secret Service and Uninspired. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie starred in "The Smiths," Nicole Kidman starred in "The Rouge," "Golden Magic," "Rabbit Hole," Jack Gyllenli hills starred in "The Day After" and "Source Code" and Ellen Page starred. "I'm Sam," "Angry Rescue," "Valentine's Day" directed by Gary Marshall and "New Year's Eve," Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible" series, Megyn Lee, Justin Long and Bruce Willis. Starring Tiger Courage 4, Bruce Willis' Daylight and Red Flame Battlefield, Mila Jovovich's Deadly Violet, Iain Grafad and Jessica Alba's Fantastic Four, Russell Crowe. Crow's Good Times of the Year, Beautiful Minds, Iron Fist Man Daniel Craig's 007 series, Brad Pitt's Fight Club, Benjamin Button's An affair, Christian Bale's Batman series, Robert Don Jr. Nye starred in "The Prep" and "Avengers League," Matt Damon and Jeremy Renner in the "Spy Movie" series, Edward Norton in "The Magician," Jackie Chan's "Peak Hour," "Who Am I", Plan A and the Chinese films "King of Kung Fu," Toby Maguire's "Spider-Man" series, Angelina Jolie and Gerard Butler's "Tomb Raider" series, Amanda Seyfried's "Little Red Riding Hood" and "Mamma". Nicholas Cage's "Soul Chariot" series, Juno Temple and Mila Jovovich's "The Bad Girl," Jennifer Lawrence's "The Hunger Games: The Hunger Games," Will Smith, Jaden J. Smith starred in "Back to Earth," "When Happiness Knocks on the Door," Sam Worthington starred in "Avatar," "The Battle of the Gods," "Battle of the Gods 2: Fury of the Gods," Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. The X-Men series, Hugh Jackman's Australian Mess, Kate Winslet's True Love Journey, Motherhood, Cate Blanchett's Elizabeth, Elizabeth 2: The Golden Age, Colin J. Farrell, Kate Beckinsville, Jessica Biel in "Full Memories," Sandra Bullock in "Weakness," Henry Cavill in "Superman: The Body of Steel," Jennifer Garner in "Erica," Kim Kardashian in "The Big Talk" and "Change." "Lin Shirong" starring Hong Jinbao, "Zorro's Mask" starring Antonio Banderas and the "Zorro" series, Li Lianjie's "Ho Yuanjia", Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's "Super Daredemos" and Tom Hanks starred in "Forrest Gump."
USA: R: Restricted, recommended for over-17s to watch R-rated high-grossing works: Ryan Reynolds starring in "Dead Watch" $780 million, Jacquin Phoenix starring in "JOKER" $1.03 billion (currently R-rated box office record) The Hacking Empire series, starring Keanu Reeves, grossed $1.5 billion worldwide ("Hacker 2" was nearly $800 million, an unmatched box office milestone for R-rated films), and Mel Gibson's "The Good Friday" grossed $610 million worldwide. Teddy Bear's $543 million worldwide, The Hangover series has already exceeded $1 billion worldwide, and Brad Pitt's "Troy" has $457 million worldwide (compared to the $175 million most invested R-grade film, the film is a cup) Example: Lee Xiaolong's Chinese films "Trump River," "Game of Death," "Jingwumen," Bruce Willis's "Tiger Courage" 1, 2, 3, 5, Michael Sheen and Samuel L. Jackson's "Strategic Secret Service Group," Liu Dehua, Xie Weifeng starred in the Chinese film "New Shaolin Temple", the Chinese film "Nanjing Nanjing", Keanu Reeves directed "Tai Chi Man", Keanu Reeves and Hugo Viven starred in "Hacking Empire", Dakota Fanning starred in "The Hound", Michael Sheen Starring In The Legend of the Night 3, Kate Beckinsar in Legends of the Night 2 and 4, Natalie Portman in Black Swan, V-Word Hate, IMDB's First Film Shawshank's Redemption, and Fox's "Fox Movie" Deadly Bend series, Ellie Rattle's "Death Is Coming" series, Mila Jovovich's "Biocarious Crisis" series and "Sacred Virgin", Edward Norton, Robert De Niro and Mila Jovovich's "Dangerous Prison Thrills" and Alan J. Peggy starred in Fruit Hard Candy, Woody Allen in Rome, Kate Winslet in Life and Death, Nikki Reed in Hostage, Evan Rachel Wood, Nikki Reed and Vanessa W. Huggins starred in "Fang 13," Zhou Xingchi's "Kung Fu," Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock's "Life and Death Hour" and Sandra Bullock's "Life and Death Speed 2: Sea Thrills," And Nicholas Cage's "Escape from Las Vegas." "Texas Killing," starring Sam Worthington and Kouro Moritz, Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, John Cusack, Matthew McConaughey, "The Paper Boy" and Nicole M. "Stoke" starring Kidman and Mia Wakkodrowska, Jennifer Garner, Ben Affleck, Colin Farrell's "Superbike Man," Colin Farrell's "Sniper Phone Booth," British film "London Boulevard," Mark R. "Basketball Diary" starring Wahlberg and Leonardo DiCaprio, "The Rescued Ginger" starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jamie Foxx, Samuel L. Jackson, Yang Ziqiong, Big S, Zheng Yusheng starring in the Chinese film "Sword Rain", Yu Rentai directed the Chinese films "Zhong Li Yang", "Freddy Jason", Li Lianjie's "Fang Shiyu" series, "Huang Feihong" series, and 1976's Shaolin Temple, Zhao Wei, Mo Wenwei starred in "Angels of the Sunset", Ethan Ho "Bloodthirsty Dawn," "The Human Clearance Project," "The Chainsaw Horror" series directed by Chinese director James Winn, "The Seal Team Six: Assaulting Osama bin Laden" by Cam Gigande, and "The Eyes Across the Mountain" series by 20th Century Fox. Sylvester Stallone's "First Drop of Blood" series, "Death Squad" series, Dove Longoria's "Icarus: The Battle of the Stars," Bruce Willis and Nikki Reid's "The 44th Military Rule," Gerard Butler "Spartan 300 Warriors" starring Lena Heidi, Rodrigo Santoro, Michael Fassbender, Gerard Butler's "Law-Abiding Citizen," "The Fall of Olympus," Jessica Alba, Robert De Niro, Michelle Obama. Rodriguez starred in "The Elbow," Emma Stone in "The Gang Legend," Brad Pitt's "Shameless Bastard," Isabella Furman, Vera Famega and Peter Sasgaard in "Orphans," and Jeremy Renner in "The Orphans." Demolition Force, Uma Thurman's "Kill Bill" series, Brad Pitt's "Shameless Bastard" and Orlando Bloom, Eric Bana's "Troy," Zhou Xingchi's "The Mermaid" and Ryan Reynolds' "Dead Men." , NC-17 or X-class movie clip version, etc
USA: NC-17: Under 17 (including 17 years old) Banned from NC-17 highest box office: Uma Thurman's "Love June Flower" is only 20 million at the North American box office, the highest NC-17 box office example Films: Liang Chaowei, Tang Wei's "The Color Ring," "120 Days of Sodoma," "The Last Tango in Paris," Lionsgate's "Texas Chainsaw Killer 3D," Juno Temple, Matthew McConaughey's "Killer Joe" and Michael J. Fassbender's Shame
USA: NR/OR, U:NR/OR: Untired films such as Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett's Robin Hood 2010 and Cate Beckinsall's The Legend of the Night USA: M/X/P before 1968: Films that are not allowed to be shown in the compound, such as Bruce Lee's "Tangshan Brothers" and Warner Bros.'s "Orange", and Arnold Schwarzenegger's "Full Recall 90"