I think it’s about time for this Bill. I hope it materialize soon.

Thanks Khalid


This entry was posted on Sunday, June 6th, 2010 at 6:49 pm

12 Responses to “New Bill: Movies Rating”

  1. ON says:

    والله زين يطلع منه شي هالمكهرب
    خذ الحكمة من اهواه السفهاء

  2. I can’t read Arabic but will the new bill mean that movies are no longer cut because of adult content? I hope they will give a rating and let adults view the entire film. 🙂

  3. Bu Yousef says:

    We only take our kids to age-appropriate films… What bugs me is the trailers they play just before a PG movie, for movies rated 18!! Why is something so stupid allowed to happen?

    As regards this bill, I’m afraid it will be like many things: Here today, gone (and ignored) tomorrow.

  4. meh says:

    Let them do what they want as long as movies aren’t cut.

  5. Yousef says:

    expatandthecity it basically proposes a rating system for every movie to protect kids from being exposed to movies they’re not supposed to watch. Nothing about keeping movies from being edited.

  6. kalbonish says:

    enshalah e6abqoon hal qanoon ! 🙂

  7. Tweego says:

    I like the idea but some of the details are excessive a refined version of the law would be perfect

  8. ban1 says:

    mn barnamij el veto 9ar yeqter7 qawneeen . zain minh

  9. ROUDAN says:

    Gooooooooooood job!

  10. Thank you for the translation Yousef 🙂

  11. Marzouq says:

    I still think there will be problems applying it, but I do hope that this will lessen the amount of cutting that is done to the movies!

  12. cruiser8 says:

    16+ yseroon adults?

    min mota saraw il 16 sina adults? ay shay !! 7eta illi in europe o the US still consider 16 sina a teenager 3ala ba3th il movies o il scenes

    o ba3dain shino ilmoshkila itha ra7 il 6 year old kid with his nanny to an animated movie? this is not logical, they trust her with their kids at home but not in a theater? a7is ilqanoon feeh ta7akom akthar min tarteeb ilwath3