/// Why Movie Theaters Can Ignore NC-17 Ratings
When the Federal Trade Commission released in March a survey revealing that an all-time low 24% of teenagers succeeded in buying tickets to R-rated movies, the results painted a media-friendly picture of the Motion Picture Assn. of America’s movie ratings system and exhibitors’ willingness to enforce it. But as illustrated by recent news of the… Read more
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