Can a 13 year old go watch a 15 movie with an adult?

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Want to take my brother to watch the annabelle movie, can I do this? Im 19 and hes 13. The movie is rated 15
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No.
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Technically no. He'll probably get bored anyway.
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Why not take him to the Emoji Movie? Heard its got top reviews...
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Nope. A 15 rating means nobody under 15 is allowed full stop. It's illegal.
12A films are the ones where younger kids can go with a parent/ adult.
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Nope. A 15 rating means nobody under 15 is allowed full stop. It's illegal.
12A films are the ones where younger kids can go with a parent/ adult.
Well thats dumb.
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(Original post by Spratty)
Want to take my brother to watch the annabelle movie, can I do this? Im 19 and hes 13. The movie is rated 15
No it would have to be 15A. If the child is tall for their age you should get in
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As long as you get him a fake ID so no
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Nope, as Kindred said, this only applies to 12A ratings.
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Typically (and legally) no, but I definitely saw a 15 film or two when I was 13 as long as I was with an adult. It depends on the staff of the cinema, some cinemas won't ID you, others might. The staff often don't care too much, but it varies heavily.
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