Study: “G” Movies Outperform “R’s

A study by a group that promotes family movies says that “G”-rated movies are more profitable than those rated “R”. “The study, released Tuesday by The Dove Foundation, showed that the average G-rated flick was 11 times more profitable than its R-rated counterpart, but the film industry made more than 12 times as many R-rated as G-rated movies from 1989-2003.”