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  • Yoh Silverstream, it's me again. I've got a really informative video to show you, which ties back to the issue of strong material in movies, that was discussed here. It's about a way to fix the movie rating system, (after of course once and for all getting rid of the satanic power, known as the MPAA! (look up the trailer for "This Movie Is Not Yet Rated'")) and it's made by the same 'amazing, and awsome 'guy behind CinemaSins (i'm pretty sure you've heard of them, if you watch alot of movie discussion channels).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwbf9mC9Whk

    And, (in case you haven't heard of him) you can watch the rest of Jeremy's work here.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/CinemaSins?feature=watch

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-tOak37G5g2Xd1Ag-EKEnQ

    So check it out, and let me know what ya think.

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    • Hey. Sorry about this, but I don't have free internet, I'm very restricted, meaning I can't watch online videos freely. On top of that, I think there's absolutely nothing wrong with the way the Marvel movies are rated.

      PG-13 means "parental guidance suggested", so parents can decide for themselves what is appropriate for their children, and what is not. I see no need to try and change anything.

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    • Also, this video about Focus Groups (also by Jeremy) brilliantly shows why i think that "rating" entertainment is extremely overrated (no pun intended). If you understand these videos, you understand my standards when it comes to judging what's appropriate" for kids to watch and, more importantly, shows you how not to do it.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZN_hjysHzLU

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    • ~Silverstream wrote:
      Hey. Sorry about this, but I don't have free internet, I'm very restricted, meaning I can't watch online videos freely. On top of that, I think there's absolutely nothing wrong with the way the Marvel movies are rated.

      PG-13 means "parental guidance suggested", so parents can decide for themselves what is appropriate for their children, and what is not. I see no need to try and change anything.


      Ok, i see. I just thought i'd share these videos, cause i just really love how this guy's work.  Also, i was really just talking about rating movies in general, not just Marvel, and i thought it'd be a smart and constructive way to add to the discussion.

      But hey, if you don't feel like watching it, or disagree with me, then that's totally cool. ;)

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