In New Zealand, the R16 rating is used and mandated by the Films, Videos, and Publications Classification Act of 1993 to signify that a movie is unsuitable for children under 16. No one under that age is admitted to the motion picture under any circumstance.

Examples of R16 titles

  • Halo 3 ("Violence")
  • South Park: The Stick Of Truth ("Violence, offensive language, sexual material & other content that may offend")
  • Homeland Season 3 ("Graphic violence, drug use, offensive language, and sexual material")
  • National Lampoon's Animal House ("Offensive language")
  • No Strings Attached ("Drug use, sex scenes & offensive language")
  • Jersey Shore Season 3 & 4 ("Violence, offensive language & sexual themes")
  • Sunshine Cleaning ("Violence, sex scenes & suicide")
  • Team America World Police ("Violence, offensive language & sex scenes")
  • Kill Bill Vol.2 ("Violence, offensive language & drug use")
  • Jackass: The Movie ("Offensive language & content that may offend")
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