Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Went to see Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen... this is not a review, Tom already did one.

But I got so annoyed, because there were parents bringing kids to this movie. Seven to Ten year old kids! I mean its PG-13, and it has a really good amount of sexual humor. Even as blatant as a girl riding sam, even though there wasn't any riding.

How idiotic do the parents have to be, to take their adolescent children to see this movie with the rating specifically showing it has sexual content and anyone under 13 shouldn't see it. Yeah I can understand if a kid gets to do it in his own home even though he isn't supposed to, but the parents taking them to the theatre knowing kids shouldn't see this movie in theatres?!

I'm not alone on this issue, there has been stories of children being dragged into R rated movies, even babies, and having them cry and annoy the others to the point of having a shooting occur by a frustrated movie goer.

I don't approve of such a thing, but in the theatre I was in, some dumb kid was telling his parents play by play what was going to happen on screen. He must've read the wikipedia version of the plot before seeing the movie or some other site, because he basically predicted the whole movie. I had the urge to tell him to shut up, but I didn't because I was locked onto watching the transformers. He only did it a few times anyway, but this is the point i'm trying to make.

For the mature audiences, we shouldn't have to deal with KIDS being brought into movies they shouldn't even be printed a ticket for, and cringe when something inappropriate has to be seen.

It's about as bad as watching a sex scene in a movie with your parents, it's kind of uncomfortable.

Oh and btw the movie was good, the negativity over the twins is overhyped, the movie only suffers from jumping all over the place plot wise, but its not as good as the first.

But dang that kid was annoying.


  1. I can see why you wouldn't want to have annyoing kids in movies, but as long as the kids are with thier parents, I see no problem with them brining thier kids to these movies... R-ated is a little worse, but it still depends on the movie...

  2. the annoying thing was having him "narrate" what was going to happen before it happened.