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|1||Motion Picture Association of America film rating system||5,486|
|2||Motion picture rating system||3,223|
|4||Motion Picture Production Code||1,587|
|5||This Film Is Not Yet Rated||636|
|6||Central Board of Film Certification||311|
|7||Hong Kong motion picture rating system||274|
|8||Office of Film and Literature Classification (New Zealand)||155|
|10||Irish Film Classification Office||81|
|11||Finnish Board of Film Classification||79|
|12||Movie and Television Review and Classification Board||66|
|13||ChildCare Action Project||55|
|14||Korea Media Rating Board||43|
|15||United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office for Film and Broadcasting||38|
|16||Film Advisory Board||29|
|17||Régie du cinéma (Quebec)||29|
|18||Norwegian Media Authority||16|
|19||Central Board of Film Censors||12|
|20||Inspecção Geral das Actividades Culturais||10|
Motion picture rating systems are issued to give moviegoers an idea of the suitability of a movie for children and/or adults in terms of issues such as sex, violence and profanity. In some jurisdictions, they may impose legal obligations of refusing the entrance of children or minors to certain movies; in others, while there is no legal obligation to do so strictly speaking, movie theaters enforce the restrictions. Ratings are often given in lieu of censorship.
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