parents these days, taking kids to see R rated movies. when I went to see Harold a Kumar 2, in front of us was a mom, and her 2 ten year old children. practically for 90% of the movie, covered the kids eyes. and then halfway through, I think the bit with him having sex to the bag of pot, they walked out >_>
so that was a few weeks ago. cue just 5 minutes ago, when i stumble upon this web page
it is a 'parent guide' for "the happening"... many of these entries result in much /facepalm
A kid calls someone the five letter vulgar word for the female genitalia. the end of a dirty joke about male genitalia is heard. brief sex related humor
fake glasses of wine are seen in a model home.
a woman slaps a young child's wrist when she reaches for a cookie.
this makes me wonder about what parents took their kid to see a bloody R rated movie, then complained about a woman SLAPPING A CHILD'S WRIST ._.
i seem to have forgotten my point, so i shall wrap this up.
PARENTS, DONT TAKE YOUR YOUNG, IMMATURE KIDS TO MOVIES THAT THEY WILL BE SCARED SHITLESS AT AND THEN COMPLAIN >_<
now I realize that this article that i linked to did not itself result from complaints, but you have to wonder what has happened in the past to cause such measures to be taken
now i could also be considered somewhat of a hypocrite, for i am under 18 yet see R rated movies often, but I feel I can understand them, and not be scarred for life by some scenes. but heaven forbid if i ever see a child's wrist being slapped in my R rated movie. i may just have to sue the movie producer