Have you ever taken your children to see a movie and when all is said and done wonder why it was geared towards children? We took the kids to see "How to Train your Dragon" the other night. How many times must one use the word KILL in a movie meant for children?
I also regret taking the girls to go see "The Princess and the Frog". I heard "Where the Wild Things Are" was set to an older audience than expected as well.
Any movies you regret taking your children to see?
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Answer by secondtyme520 at 9:35 AM on Jul. 10, 2010
Aww, we LOVE Princess and the Frog. I cry when Ray dies, but we say that he was 'squished' not dead. (DD is 3). We never say die, so I would feel uncomfortable allowing DD to watch a movie that repeated "die" as well, OP. I watched Where the Wild Things Are w/ my DH, but IMO, its definately inappropriate for children. Its dark and even I was confused during some parts. We have this movie I bought on sale at Blockbuster called Elephant Tales... My DD loves it and asks to watch it all the time. I ended up having to tell her it was scratched b/c the animals are constantly calling each other 'stupid'. I regret ever letting her watch that before previewing it.
Answer by kenzie07 at 11:03 AM on Jul. 10, 2010
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