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Sun, Sep 11, 2022 11:07 PM

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Is there any safe search option in IMDb?

Greetings, is there any filter or safe search option for mature content such as violence or nudity in photos, videos etc. or the website has already a default filter of its own so the safe search is always on? For example, movie A is rated R and it contains some grisly and bloody images and full or partial nudity. Is there any preference to hide such stills or clips for under age visitors or the squeamish? You know, there are some options such as ''safe search is on/off'' or ''enable mature content filter'' etc. in some stock photo, wallpaper or streaming video sites. Thanks. 

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3 months ago

Have you looked at

https://www.imdb.com/search/title/

It doesn't have everything you mention, but I see US certificate, and the (default) exclusion of adult titles.

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3 months ago

As @bderoes has said, the search filters out Adult titles by default.

Although IMDb has lots of trailers and video clips, it is rare to see nudity or sex scenes in them. It is also rare to see nudity in the photos posted on IMDb.

It's a different story with violence. There may be a fair amount of violence in video clips and trailers. I'm not aware of any way to filter that out.

Jon

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3 months ago

Hello @TheDreamKid,

 

Please note  that we currently do not have these filtering options within our Search feature, but we have updated the post to an "Idea" so other community members can vote/comment on this feature improvement and staff can monitor to gage interest.

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3 months ago

Hello there, many thanks for the answers. And @Jon This was a great idea. Thanks people!