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    You are not a horrible mother. It was absolutely a fair assumption that the movie would be kid friendly given the time slot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veve View Post
    *snigger* eating??? who was eating on it??

    I assume you mean rating its PG according to online sites .. but seriously .. I would wait another few years before chancing it with Jack
    Shut up yes rating!

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    It was on Austar awhile back,and we started watching it.The kids lost interest and didnt end up watching the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    You are not a horrible mother. It was absolutely a fair assumption that the movie would be kid friendly given the time slot.
    I agree .. it was on at a KIDS time .. and its a PG film .. but I'm truly surprised that its PG (mind you .. I think monster house is PG and its a freaky movie for a kid!!)

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    My dd loves this movie. She was 3 when it came out and I couldn't tell you how many times we've watched it, it was her fave movie for a while! It is a bit strange but I guess it depends on the child whether they like it or not!

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    Thanks for the heads up SAB. It something I never seen before and would just assumed it was ok.

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    Totally depends on the child though. DS1 watched Edward Scissr Hands with us and casually asked if Edward cuts peoples heads off with his hands...he doesn't get upset easily at all.

    It sounds like a typical dark Tim Burton story though so I can see why it could definitely freak some kids out.

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    i have seen it a few times, and would let my late primary child watch it, no problems.
    id also want them to see the happy ending

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I haven't read through the whole thread properly but have noticed a lot of Tim Burton references in relation to this movie.

    I love Tim Burton. But he didn't direct Coraline
    I was just coming in to say the same thing. It's directed by Henry Selick who worked with Tim Burton on A Nightmare Before Christmas.

    I agree it shouldn't have been put in a children's time slot. I imagine they'll get complaints. My daughter saw it when she was 9 and she enjoyed it, but was a bit freaked.

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    It's been on foxtel a few times, my boys were never interested in it though


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