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Post  Kendra on Mon Jul 21, 2008 9:21 am

how about this friday? jules, you in town?
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Post  Markus on Tue Jul 22, 2008 2:02 am

yeah i found out that th bee movie isn't showing on wensday so this is most likey good to all of you(at least for a couple of weeks)

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Post  Kelly on Tue Jul 22, 2008 3:11 am

ohh dang
well should we just see a movie wednesday night so we can see you before you leave mark?
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Post  Devyn on Tue Jul 22, 2008 3:16 am

ya but i wanna c mamma mia and im already gonna go c the dark knight tonight at 7.
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Post  Devyn on Tue Jul 22, 2008 3:53 am

alot of ppl hav been saying the dark knight is waaaayyy tooo dark. read this.


It's not a comic book movie.



That's the first thing you should know when your kids ask to see "The Dark Knight," this summer's biggest blockbuster. The film is vastly more true to Frank Miller's famous alternative view of The Batman than to the zap-pow camp of Adam West's TV portrayal and sanitized DC comics that filled our childhood.



So how do you answer? Should your children see "The Dark Knight?" We turned first to our resident film fanatic and visual designer, Chuck Kim, the first of the Yahoo! Kids team to see the box office smash.



"I would not take a kid to see 'The Dark Knight,' said Chuck. "The Joker and Two-Face alone could give a kid nightmares." The oft-mentioned violence is not of one of gore, he says, but more of the heartóand thus potentially more terrifying. "The main thing is that it is a very dark movie," Chuck concludes."There's no ray of hope for the city." He recommends kids be 14 or older to see the film.



Such cautions seem to be the consensus, beginning with movie's star, Christian Bale, who said this on the "Today Show:"



"Itís quite haunting. Itís something which will stay with you for quite a while afterward. Iím not sure how much a child will be oblivious to that. I would say starting at about 9, maybe 10 years old may be an appropriate age for kids to be able to deal with this.Ē



A sampling of other comments:



"'Dark Knight' is a staggeringly violent and disturbing film. Thought-provoking for adults, but potentially terrifying for children," says Jeffrey Weiss of The Dallas Morning News. "The PG-13 rating should offer some warning, yes. But this film dances just south of an R in my book."


"This film is not for children, and I would discourage parents from taking anyone under 12 to see this movie," writes Jim Pappas of The Trades.com. ď'The Dark Knight' offers a glimpse into the darker places within each of us, which might be cathartic for some, but others will simply be afraid."


"The movie is sadistic, violent, disturbing and also one of the best and biggest movies of the year," according to MoviesOnline.ca. "That all said, 3 out of 4 of those components are absolutely not suitable for young children... regardless of how the MPAA rated the movie."


Ultimately, the "Dark Knight" decision depends upon you, your children and your relationships with them. There are children at age 14 (and I was one) who would be deeply troubled by the darkness of the film. And there are children of 10 who could not only face down the terror but even discuss some of the film's layered themes.



In all cases, we suggest talking with your children about "The Dark Knight." Be sure they understand that it is not a typical comic book movie and that it is intended for grown-ups. And should you permit them to see the film, we strongly recommend discussing it afterwards; our Common Sense Media review has some excellent starting points.
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Post  Julie on Tue Jul 22, 2008 7:20 am

sounds good! haha that makes me freaked out to see it dev!!

kendra im here on friday.......and we should do something tuesday and wednesday....!!!
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Post  Devyn on Tue Jul 22, 2008 8:04 am

well lyk i said, kendra and i have a friend coming over to our house from new jersey to visit, so were busy for tuesday. plus kendra has ocean institute. were booked on tuesday.
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Post  Kendra on Tue Jul 22, 2008 8:27 am

ya im super booked on tuesday, ocean inst. from 8-1 and then vball from 2-4 and seeing katie ( not the stalker one) from new jersey. annd i have to read guns germs and steel.Sad
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Post  Devyn on Tue Jul 22, 2008 8:28 am

wat i tell ya shes busy. wednesday im free but i dunno bout ken. but im working on thursday til 12.
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