Chris Hicks: How are these trailers ‘appropriate’ for this audience?

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  • Gildas LOGAN, UT
    Sept. 23, 2013 3:28 p.m.

    Yes Mr Hicks,

    We saw the same movie with the same previews and I commented to my wife on this same subject - the incompatibility of those previews with the film we had come to view.

    We tend to vote with our dollars and, if we go to that theater again, we will come in time for the featured movie but not in time to see the ads. Perhaps others might consider doing the same.

    I wish I could comment on the movie itself as I hoped it would be rather more family friendly than it actually was; the whole promise and portended message of this cinematic offering was belied in the frivolous behavior of the cast, and the "music" accompanying it, as the credits were being presented at the end of the show. We also thought the film might have been happily concluded with a wedding not the kind of prenuptial passionate kissing that would not have been respectable for a single couple in the days of Jane Austen.