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You Can Bring Your Toddler to See '50 Shades' if You So Desire

Photo: Focus Features
Photo: Focus Features

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The Motion Picture Association of America has spoken, giving Fifty Shades of Grey an R-rating for "strong sexual content including dialogue, some unusual behavior and graphic nudity, and for language." So you are well within your right to get yourself an adult ticket and a child-priced one. Don't forget a booster seat.