Are there actual comic fans on this board that will not go to an R-rated movie for moral reasons? This decision is your own and not dictated by parents or age restrictions but is of your own choosing. Are there actual people out there that won't see an R-rated movie at all? On top of this, are there any people that would like to push this decision onto others such as supporting: 1) A very rigid rating system that would allow no swearing, blood, drugs, sex, rock and roll, a bad guy that doesn't get more than what's coming to him, realistic violence, or thematic suggestions of something socially or politically unpopular? "Garbage in, Garbage out" is the quote that would be abided by. 2) Advocating that a video store should stop carrying rated-R movies in the community. If the video store has a section devoted to R-rated movies or carries too many of them this may entail for you to stop going there solely because of this. 3) Pose a check question to one's self, like "Is this movie positively inspirational?" and disregard the movie if it doesn't have some positive message that is viewed as socially beneficial or positive. Furthermore, if someone wants to see a rated-R movie, this would involve asking them what kind of positive thing they're trying to get out of it. While the stuff that I put above may sound extreme, I think many people would be surprised to know that this is a pretty prevalent underlying attitude for lots of people. With that being said, what's your attitude? Is it like any of the outlined criteria above?