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Published: Friday, Aug. 17 2012 4:41 p.m. MDT

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Hutterite
American Fork, UT

People who seek to be offended usually succeed.

Joey K
Sandy, UT

Here we go again... A movie that shows a kid repeatedly elbowing adults in the crotch is offensive? It's not funny, nor is it creative, but it also isn't offensive. I understand the validity in trying to keep pornography and extreme violence away from the population, but this is just going too far. You are bordering dangerously close on no longer living in the world nor being of the world. If kids can't watch movies like home alone where people get hit in the crotch or America's funniest home videos, then we might as well just go live in Lancaster country with the rest of the Amish, because our kids will be the "weird religious nuts" in their schools and have no friends.

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