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    Default New Ninga Turtles Movie...

    It's rated M... would you take a 6 year old to see it? He is a massive fan.. A friend of ours sees no problem with it.. but im not so sure. My 5 year old daughter wants to see it too... would you let her?

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    My kids? Absolutely not. Can you see it first to see if it's ok?

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    I probably would, but being rated M I would get myself or dh to watch it first.

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    I would probably watch it first just to make sure. I will probably take my 7 year old.

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    I will be taking 5 year old DS to see it over the holidays

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    What kinds of films do your kids watch generally? If they only watch G rated or strictly ABC2 then it may be a little overwhelming for them - especially on a big screen. We went to see Despicable Me 2 with a friend and her son and he freaked out and had to leave because he'd only ever watched G rated shows.

    DH and I are fairly lenient with ratings, we'll usually judge for ourselves and forgo the rating. DS2 (5) watched Noah with us and he loved it so much, he proceeded to watch it a further three times over the weekend! So I have no doubt he'll love TMNT
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    No absolutely not, I watched the trailer and I don't think it is a suitable movie for anyone under 10

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNT-CT25clM

    DS loves TMNT but I think this is much too violent

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    Havent seen much of the trailers for it but i was thinking of taking DS who is 7 to see it.

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    Well she has watched a few harry potter movies and hasn't been scared... same as first movie of Jurassic Park..

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    I think they look scary tbh, so I won't be taking my boys to it.


 

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