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Movie reviews in alphabetical order from USCCB/CNS.
A-I – General Patronage - Any movie free from significant objectionable content might receive this classification.
A-II – Adults and Adolescents - For older teens. However, CNS generally indicate whether film is most appropriate for “older teens” or anyone over the age of 13.
A-III – Adults - Not acceptable for teens but are appropriate for most adults. Occasionally, a sentence may be added about the movie being “acceptable” or “possibly acceptable” for “older teens.”
L – Limited adult audience - Films whose problematic content many adults would find troubling.
O – Morally offensive - Applied, to films that deny the existence of God, ridicule religious faith or are otherwise sacrilegious. Movies that directly contradict scriptural values and church teaching on such matters as euthanasia, abortion, suicide, adultery, homosexual activity or vigilante killing and revenge.
Note: Some movies previously were designated A-IV. Older films with this classification should be regarded as classified L.
Check the CNS Movie List HERE
Source: Catholic News Service/USCCB
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