I know people have "different ideas" about parenting and it should be left up to the discretion of the parents but unfortunately some people are just BAD at making an appropriate "judgement call" when it come to there children. It REALLY bothers me when I go to a move that is PG-13 and I see little children in the theater. My first thought is that parents are really bad at discriminating what is appropriate viewing for a child of that age. I think most parents take their children to Non-age appropriate movies because THEY want to see the movie and can not afford a babysitter so they make their toddlers & small children view very inappropriate material. If they want to be good parents they should get a baby sitter or wait for it to go on DVD and watch it when the kids are in bed. It's rated PG-13 for a reason. I think some parents are just very selfish and don't care what they are exposing their children to.View Thread
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