Is it OK To Take Underage Kids To R-Rated Movies?

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Former "Friends" star David Schwimmer has directed a new film called "Trust", which tells the story of "a family torn apart after their daughter is victimized and sexually assaulted by a man she meets online," according to MTV News. "Trust" is rated R, but the actor turned director thinks parents should bring their teens.

Why? Schwimmer tells MTV News that the flick has an important message for today's young people -- that talking to strangers online can be very dangerous. He says that "Trust" has "no violence [or] nudity," that it was "the subject matter" that earned the R rating.

Here's the trailer for the "Trust", which arrives in theaters today.



What do you think? Is it OK to take underage kids to R-rated movies?
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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