Parents the Best Judges of Movie Content for Kids Nell Minow, who writes the "Media Mom" movie review column for the Chicago Tribune, talks to Renee Montagne about movie ratings. She says the association that assigns ratings like PG and PG-13 for films doesn't do an adequate job. Minow says parents should judge movies for themselves.
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Parents the Best Judges of Movie Content for Kids

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Parents the Best Judges of Movie Content for Kids

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Nell Minow, who writes the "Media Mom" movie review column for the Chicago Tribune, talks to Renee Montagne about movie ratings. She says the association that assigns ratings like PG and PG-13 for films doesn't do an adequate job. Minow says parents should judge movies for themselves.