Good parents are concerned about what their children see and hear. Children
certainly aren't going to learn basic concepts on subjects like moral
cleanliness at school, and certainly not by watching horror movies.
I look forward to movies for adults, being an adult and all.Sad that
some folks think that the world should be sterilized for 8 year olds.I've said it before, most folks in Utah don't have a problem with
the violence in rated R movies, as long as everyone is dressed and not
swearing.Besides I hate having to share the theater with chatty
Well I don't think it's unfortunate at all. I much prefer an adult
movie over a children's movie. People like this Chris Hicks seem to think
just because there are super heroes involved it should automatically be for
children. Personally, I like superheroes and I much prefer the adult movies.
I'd like to say that I'll be skipping more movies in the future with
the R ratings...but I've already been skipping them. Many movies are a
complete waste of time, I pick and choose carefully so I don't waste even
more of my precious time.
"Devolve" has a meaning which is to "delegate" to a lower power.
It also has the meaning of "degenerate". Mr. Hicks is correct in his use
of the word delegate. However, I would agree that superfluous and gratuitous are
appropriate descriptions of Hollywood's use of profanity. "The favorite argument of filmmakers is that those words are included
because that’s the way people talk. Well, some people do. But many people
do not."In my experience MOST people do not talk that way and I
find it offensive because it indicates the author was lazy or has a poor
vocabulary. Long ago profanity in movies and books ceased to shock and now
simply embarrasses the author.
Mr. Hicks,"Devolve" doesn't mean what you think it
means. It means "delegate."