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lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44076 posts
26th Oct '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Crystallee Newton:</b>" I agree that it's probably not a smart choice on Walmart's part, but I wouldn't be offended by it. But I don't spend enough time in that department for my child to be watching it, I guess"</blockquote>




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Layla-and-Faith 2 kids; Nova Scotia 656 posts
26th Oct '12

I think the whole post is a bit silly. Unless your children are buying a new TV there is really no reason for them to be standing in front of the TVs watching the shows lol. I don't know about anyone else but we just walk right by them and I've never even noticed what show was playing. I go there to shop not to watch tv.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
26th Oct '12
Quoting Crystallized:" :!: The book had so much more action. "


Yup.
They could have easily made the adaption a rated "R" but it was fairly tame.

FroggysMommy 1 child; Golden, Colorado 27775 posts
26th Oct '12

Wow.... thats stupid as hell. I don't censor movies or books from Lily, but at a store to be passing a movie you might see for 30 frickin seconds... oh well. Seriously, it wasnt a bad movie at all. Go back to shopping and move on!



I dont know why people get up in arms about that. Go move onto the next isle, not that hard, lol.