• February 8, 2018

Top 10 Movies That Had The Wrong Rating

Top 10 Movies That Had The Wrong Rating
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Rating movies is a vital part of deciding which audiences are suitable to watch them, but sometimes things don’t go as smoothly as planned and movies get the wrong rating. WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Movies That Were Given The Wrong Rating! But what will take the top spot on our list? Will it be Poltergeist, Jaws, or Once Upon a Time in the West? Watch to find out!

#10. “Coraline” (2009)
#9. “The King’s Speech” (2010)
#8. “Red Dawn” (1984)
#7. “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” (1996)
#6. “The Lovely Bones” (2009)
#5. “Sucker Punch” (2011)
#4. “Lost in Translation” (2003)
#3, #2, #1 ?

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Movies That Had The Wrong Rating

  1. Coraline and Sucker Punch are two of my favorite movies! I still don’t understand the hate that Sucker Punch received. It’s a masterpiece but you have to really understand the meaning behind it

  2. Damn right Coraline should have been on this list.
    I watched it when it was released in the theatres, i was only 9 and i had never watched any film remotely close to the horror or suspense genre, i was pretty naive and innocent back then.
    To make things better it was the first time i was watching a film alone in the cinema because my grandfather didn’t feel like watching “children’s cartoon”.

    Boi that did not work out well.

  3. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was PG when released in 1984, it should have been rated R.

    Beating heart being ripped out of a man’s chest, child slavery, intense and disgusting scenes filled the movie.

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