PG-13 Movies Have More Gun Violence Than R Movies

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PG-13 Movies Have More Gun Violence Than R Movies

A study found that the amount of gun violence in PG-13–rated movies has more than tripled since 1985, with recent PG-13 films containing more gun violence than R-rated films. What do you think?

  • “How else are children going to learn to shoot while jumping sideways?”

    Frederick Leitzman
  • “Well, if you have a better suggestion for how Jack Reacher should defend himself, I’m all ears.”

    Anisa Cantu
    Boarding Kennel Operator
  • “Don’t tell me what happens. I haven’t seen any of them yet!”

    Aaron Garbarino