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#51 14 years ago

Yea, its dumb in one sense. But, its also not attached to the whole die for yer country thang. I mean, I understand them justify'n why ya can't go see it. I suppose some rules do and don't make sense. I mean, yea ya should be able to go in and see it. But, theres too many people (mostly parents I guess) that don't want all their kids exposed to that kind of stuff just yet. I figer you understand and see where I'm go'n with the whole 'the kid needs to mature enough to understand and comprehind what they're seeing' thang. Anyway, yes and no it is and isn't fair and is fair in both aspects. Quin Dig?




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#52 14 years ago
My_B00bs_HurtI mean, yea ya should be able to go in and see it. But, theres too many people (mostly parents I guess) that don't want all their kids exposed to that kind of stuff just yet.

Yet you can die for your country.. (of course with parental permission to enlist)

Hell.. let the parents have a damn waiver to let their kids go see the movie if they have to.. I just want to be able to a movie that I want to see.




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#53 14 years ago

That waiver idea is nice, but who would believe that some kid drew up a legal document just to let him get into a movie? Hell, make frined with a worker, sneak in on their shift, or go with some older friends.




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#54 14 years ago

Well rather then that.. have a parent that is just buying a ticket for their child (cause they dont plan on staying) sign a little agreement that the child has permission to see the movie.




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#55 14 years ago

Yes, but that'd require the parent take time out of their day to let their child see a movie that they don't "need to see"(Saw II is hardly an important part of movie history)




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#56 14 years ago
KnippschildWell rather then that.. have a parent that is just buying a ticket for their child (cause they dont plan on staying) sign a little agreement that the child has permission to see the movie.

Signatures can be faked and it would be more easy to ask a random adult person to sign it these kids. On the other hand having your parents agreement should be enouh in most cases but it could easily be abused so...




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#57 14 years ago
Großadmiral DönitzSignatures can be faked and it would be more easy to ask a random adult person to sign it these kids. On the other hand having your parents agreement should be enouh in most cases but it could easily be abused so...

Seriously.. if my parents say I can watch a movie; I should be able to watch it. That simple.




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#58 14 years ago

Eggzackaly! Also, what exactly is the R rating supposed to cover that PG-13 shouldn't? Partial nudity and perhaps drug use. That's nothing!




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#59 14 years ago

Thats enough for some parents.. It has become more and more "normal" these days to have little kids watching some horror movie or some good action movie.




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#60 14 years ago
KnippschildSeriously.. if my parents say I can watch a movie; I should be able to watch it. That simple.

You "should" be able, but there are still people who would abuse that system.