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For those with kids

Doghart

Well-Known Member
My wife ran across this website that is helpful in determining if movies are age appropriate for our 4 year old.

When we are buying DVD's we usually have a decent grasp if something is ok or not, but new releases can be hard to judge. All kids are different, and a movie that one of the kids in the neighborhood may find fun and exciting may scare the crap out of another.

There's also some good articles including one on how the new 3-D tech can/may affect small children.

Anyhow, if you have crumb-snatchers in your house, give this site a quick look over.

http://www.commonsensemedia.org/


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Towen7

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Moderator
Thanks for the link. There's not many things that are worse than sitting through an extended sex scene with your teenage kids watching.
 

-B-

Well-Known Member
Towen7 said:
Thanks for the link. There's not many things that are worse than sitting through an extended sex scene with your teenage kids watching.

my 8 year old laughs at Family Guy...mostly because I laugh. But he hides under the covers when it's sexual humor! I'd watch Tru Blood and some others with my 16 year old, nothing is more uncomfortable than seeing a fine ass naked woman on TV and not being able to comment.....plus it's just awkward! It's also very uncomfortable when we are mistaken for a couple....I throw up in my mouth a lil every time.
 
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