Honestly, for the MPAA to stand so firmly to an R-rating due to nothing but language, and not violence, is really retarded. I remember hearing kids use swear words as young as 3rd grade, if not younger. I think kids that are allowed to see PG-13 movies can handle some swearing.
I don't know what is more mind boggling... the fact that the MPAA is citing language as reasoning and not violence in a movie centered around bullying or if the movie really contains that little violence and is about bullying. Either way, I hope the film somehow gets a PG-13. Kids should see it.
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