Wild Things too dangerous for Kids under 12

Okay, so if your kids are having a lot of nightmares parents, please consider what you’re allowing them to watch simply because all the kids are watching it. Read these silly parent comments from parents who carelessly let their kids go to any movie that comes out (PG, R, whatever). I bet they wonder why their kids don’t sleep well! I won’t be taking my 7 & 8 year old. USA TODAY REVIEW And let me finish my rant by saying how irritated I am when I go to an adult comedy, like a Will Ferrell or Adam Sandler movie and see many families with young kids in the audience. Come on parents, do you all talk like that at home? Sad if you do.

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  1. My 8-year-old son saw “Wild Things” with his Big Brother and had a nightmare that night. I felt that he was old enough to enjoy the movie and had no qualms about his seeing it; but he came home a bit unnerved. I agree with you about the children in adult movies. I am appalled every time I see that! As a high school teacher, it gives me a good explanation as to why children are so…”growny” these days.