I went to a farm in Kindergarten. St. Augustine in 4th. Tampa in 5th(Lawry Park Zoo, MOSI museum, and the Imax theater). And Disney's EPCOT in 6th.
Not a grad trip? At grade 6, we went camping for a week luckily, cabins, not tents. I felt sorry for my friend, he had to sleep on the floor ( not enough room ), next to my bunk ( I slept on bottom ). Every time I wanted to go for example to the bathroom or get my luggage, I almost always accidentally stepped on him.
Interesting. I remember most of the field trips I went on. Never really that big though.
We use both systems.
That's pretty simple. Over here it's PG13 which means you have to be 13 or older. And then R means 18 and older.
14A means 14+ and 13A means 13+. A stands for above.
Oh ok, I thought you meant Flags of our Fathers. Much clearer now.
Well what does the 13A/14A mean?
Well in some movies, it has meaningless violence, just for the graphic violence. There are Japanese soldiers that actually committed suicide like that.
Anyways, I know it is rated R in USA, it is printed on the DVD case, but Canada put a sticker that have 14A, and Quebec put one saying 13A
What do you mean by "there is a difference, it's not meaningless violence. And it really happended?"
PS: I am not familiar with the Canadian rating system. Over here it's rated R.
I watched Flag of Our Fathers, I know what you mean. There is a difference in this movie, it is not meaningless violence, and it actually happened.
P.S. Here in Canada, it is rated 14A and in Quebec it was 13A :D