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    no, i dont.

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    Usually.

    DS is 8 and I have started letting him watch some of the superhero movies and I find that the range within them is huge. We check IMDB parent advisory and if we are still unsure we watch it first...then we watch it with him.

    For movies that are G i know my kids well enough to know what they will like from the preview...i often err on the side of caution and then will read IMDB if i have concerns.

    I am pretty careful what my kids watch.

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    No, but I often check Kids In Mind.

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    I always check Common Sense Media before DD watches. They have an app as well, which is handy

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaNurture View Post
    I always check Common Sense Media before DD watches. They have an app as well, which is handy
    Yes I love commonsense media.
    I do, because DS is another sensitive soul. The only movies he will watch are Cars and Wall-E, everything else has been too scary for him. I think it's the suspenseful music he gets scared of.

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    Nope... but I am absolutely "meh," about this aspect of "protection."

    I mean, I won't go, "Oh, this MA-rated movie looks like DD might enjoy it..." and put it on... but I mean, she's not quite 8, and Futurama is her absolute favourite show ever... not really something a lot of parents would let their kids watch (she's watched it since she was 2).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luna Lovegood View Post
    We got it from Sanity, but it was also available at JB ages ago.

    I just did a quick search and you can grab it from Wow Sight and Sound online right now.

    http://www.1wow.com.au/ponyo--dvpons...ing_Comparison
    You rock, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post

    Futurama is her absolute favourite show ever... not really something a lot of parents would let their kids watch (she's watched it since she was 2).
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    My DS is 3 and loves it and the Simpsons

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    If its rated g it goes on

    My kids only really watch g movies sometimes pg rated but either way I'm there with them so don't see the sense in pre screening


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    No I've never even thought about it...but that's because at 2 and 4 they watch DVDs like barbie, peppa pig, bambi etc.

    There's no way I would sit and watch a DVD before I let the girls watch it. I'm always in the room with them as its open plan and if anything inappropriate came on I'd deal with it then.


 

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