Top 10 R-Rated Movies We All Snuck Into

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When dealing with R-Rated flicks, age is but a number. For this list, we’re looking at R-Rated movies that appealed to audiences under the age of 17. Our list includes action movies like “Speed” (1994) and “The Matrix” (1999), erotic thrillers such as “Wild Things” (1998), and comedies like “The Hangover” (2009) and “Superbad” (2007). What R-Rated movie did YOU sneak into? Let us know in the comments!

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12 thoughts on “Top 10 R-Rated Movies We All Snuck Into

  1. Phoebe is wearing a shirt provided by Frank and Oak! Click here for a risk-free $15 discount on their awesome Style Plan subscription box, exclusively for WatchMojo viewers!

  2. My mom saw underaged kids in shows for ‘Fight Club’ which royally pissed her off. I actually had some teens try to get into ‘Hereditary’ without their IDs, but my coworker and I kept them from getting tickets

  3. I remember South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut like it was yesterday. My teen years wasn’t complete without seeing so much profanity and other mature content. Oh and the songs were legendary and quite hilarious! 🤣🤣🤣 Ah, good times. I saw the thumbnail for it and BAM! It made the top entry! Nice! And, come on! Don’t say you haven’t sang along with Cartman on calling Kyle’s mom a bitch and didn’t leave you in stitches. Fun fact: that song was actually in a South Park episode “Mr. Hanley, the Christmas Poo.” That movie highlighted my teen years for life!

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