Knowing the Hurry X The age rating will allow parents to decide whether or not to allow their children to see the new movie. For those wondering if Fast X is safe for kids, and if it has swearing, nudity, or other content, here’s the full breakdown.
What is the Fast X age rating and is it safe for children?
The Fast X age rating is PG-13 in the US.
The new Fast and Furious movie is rated PG-13 due to intense action sequences with violence, as well as instances of strong language, and some suggestive material. Therefore, parents are strongly advised to accompany children to watch Fast X.
Fast X is not safe for children to go to the theater alone, at least according to the PG-13 rating. It is recommended that they be accompanied by a parent.
Is there swearing in Fast X?
There is swearing in Fast X.
Part of Fast X’s PG-13 rating is due to the occasional use of strong language. If it’s anything like the previous movie, viewers can expect to hear instances of “s***” and “a**.” However, it is worth noting that an F-bomb is sometimes found in the PG-13 content.
It’s also possible that Fast X’s soundtrack will feature swearing. In the past, rap music used to stream a lot of swear words that might alarm others.
Is there nudity in Fast X?
There is no nudity in Fast X.
According to the PG-13 rating and those who watched the movie during preview events, Fast X does not contain any nudity. However, there is “suggestive material,” meaning content of a sexual nature.
While there aren’t any details yet on what the show’s “suggestive material” will be, previous installments have included dirty jokes (for parents, I guess), as well as kissing, kissing, and general -the flirting.