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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    what is wrong with the mummy?
    Lots.
    For starts it pg. Photo is from the Australian ratings.
    http://www.classification.gov.au/Gui.../Pages/PG.aspx

    I would Stick to g rated. And you won't have any troubles
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    I think all the ones I mentioned are PG but some good G rated ones might be

    Willy Wonka (the 70's version)
    Gnomeo and Juliet
    Chicken Run
    Wallace and Gromet curse of the were-rabbit
    The Black Stallion
    Mr Beans Holiday
    The Princess Bride is great but again, think it's PG.

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    I have already said, i am making a list to give to the other parents as a collaboration. That is why i want the list. I am not just going to show random kids pg movies ect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    Lots.
    For starts it pg. Photo is from the Australian ratings.
    http://www.classification.gov.au/Gui.../Pages/PG.aspx

    I would Stick to g rated. And you won't have any troubles
    I am just getting a list so i can talk to the other parents first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    I have already said, i am making a list to give to the other parents as a collaboration. That is why i want the list. I am not just going to show random kids pg movies ect.
    It wasn't very clear from the start that you were going to consult the parents. I think members are just trying to be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-biscotti View Post
    It wasn't very clear from the start that you were going to consult the parents. I think members are just trying to be helpful.
    I thought it was by the fact my son is autistic and it will be in the afternoon as his sleep times are set in stone. (His guests are also Autistic). This is his first party type situation for him. I want it to be not overwhelming, fun, and just a safe situation. I am stuck because what is appropriate for my kids is not for others also and vice versa. Eg my 6 yr old dd has nightmares from the princess and the frog but things like mr bean are fine

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    Ok all mums are ok with monty python or ace venture

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    I will be not including anthrax scene


 

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