Can you be underage and see the movie Ted if you have an adult with you?
"Ted" is rated 'R' so a parent or legal guardian would have to see the film with you.
If you attempted to see the movie at a public location such as the cinema, or if you watched it at a friends house without your parents consent, you have broken the law. Cinemas have the legal right to ban anybody from the premises if they try to gain access to a movie while underage. While with your own parents is a different story. Although it's "not advised", some cinemas allow underage viewers as long…
I don't really think there is an age limit. But for example, if the movie is not appropriate for you, you should be with an adult. However, if your age is too young (for example: if you want to see the movie Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2, but you are five to eight years old) i recommend avoiding the movie.
In the United States, yes, 17 is the minimum age you must be to see an R-rated film in theaters without a parent/guardian. If you are accompanied by an adult, then you don't have to be 17. To see an NC-17 movie, however, you must be 17 years old. Having an adult with you won't get you into an NC-17 movie.
I don't think it is legal anywhere; only the definition of "underage" may vary, between 16 and 18 years. Here you can see the breakdown by state: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ages_of_consent_in_North_America#United_States Note: The age of consent refers to an adult having sex with a minor - this can get the adult into real trouble. Sex between two minors is usually less problematic.
If you go to the movies to see a rated R movie but your not 18 can an 18 year old buy your tickets and leave or do they have to go to the movie too?
You don't have to be a certain age to watch a PG rated movie. It is just recommended that a parent, guardian, or adult watch the movie with the child because there may be crude humor, etc. There are no age restrictions on G, PG or PG-13 movies (some people seem to think you have to be 13 to see a PG-13 movie without an adult, but that is not true). The only age restrictions…