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Anyone taking their squids to see Marley and Me? If so how old?

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Was going to but not sure now Ive read guidance (link in first post) Not being ignorant but have to go and pick up aforementioned squid so if you could let me know what age kids your taking I can rea…
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
Was going to but not sure now Ive read guidance (link in first post)
Not being ignorant but have to go and pick up aforementioned squid so if you could let me know what age kids your taking I can read it when I get back, thanks lots.
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8y, 2w agoPosted 8 years, 2 weeks ago
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#2
From the title i thought marley and me was some sort of aquatic show lol :?
#3
emasu
From the title i thought marley and me was some sort of aquatic show lol :?


Ha, thats a marlin you dohnut. :):)
#4
its supposed to be really sad movie x
#5
looks rubbish
#6
depends how old your kids are.. cus if they really young, they prob wont get what they mean.. or care...

and if they like 8 years old or so.. they probably seen/heard alot worse already...

(amount of stuff you learn on the school playground is shocking)...

take them.. have a good evening...
#7
p.s

did you say your going to pick up a squid?.... http://www.blackstardojo.org/shop/images/Squid.gif
#8
the last 20 minutes are desperately sad-my wife and all my kids(age 12/14/16) were utterly distraught at the ending-it is very very sad-I would not reccomend for young children.

I have never seen any of em cry at a film before but seriously-think very,very carefully about taking young children-there is something about the way it is played out that is just too distressing for children(and many adults too I guess)

I do not offer this advice lightly btw-its a fun film and the dog is mega cute but they went too far with the intensity at the end.
#9
You are using free tickets?
#10
got tickets and dont want to go now if its so sad
#11
Kandiman1983
p.s

did you say your going to pick up a squid?.... http://www.blackstardojo.org/shop/images/Squid.gif

Yes, they go here http://www.fish-school.com/
Abvance
You are using free tickets?

Yes
barky
the last 20 minutes are desperately sad-my wife and all my kids(age 12/14/16) were utterly distraught at the ending-it is very very sad-I would not reccomend for young children.

I have never seen any of em cry at a film before but seriously-think very,very carefully about taking young children-there is something about the way it is played out that is just too distressing for children(and many adults too I guess)

I do not offer this advice lightly btw-its a fun film and the dog is mega cute but they went too far with the intensity at the end.


Gosh really not sure now but think I may probably give it a miss, cant do sad myself let alone the kids
#12
Dont give the impression of being sad just a bit soppy http://marleyandmemovie.co.uk/
#13
i cried reading the book. . . . .
#14
looks lame.... have fun though if thats ur thing
#15
Took my son to see it, wish I hadn't. It was very sad, he cried his eyes out (me too!).
Would say if your child is quite sensitive or under 10 I would be hesitant to be honest.

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